Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Quinta Do Soalheiro
Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Quinta Do Soalheiro

Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml

Albarino from Rias Baixas | Rias Baixas | Spain
$19.99
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Wine & Spirits: 93 Points

This is the 40th-anniversary release of Soalheiro, a project launched by José António Cerdeira, from a parcel of vines he planted with his parents, dedicated solely to alvarinho rather than traditional mixed farming. Now run by his widow, Maria Cerdeira, and their two children, Luís and Maria João, Soalheiro has remained at the forefront of great white wine in Portugal. With a new “innovation cellar” completed in 2019, the family now produces a breadth of creatively conceived wines you might have to travel halfway around the world to match (think Chester Osborn’s portfolio at d’Arenberg). Still, the flagship is in top form in 2022: Here’s an alvarinho with insistent acidic energy, lasting through white-peach flavors and a lovely soft texture to mellow its fresh feel. Very long, well-built and suited to aging.

Wine Spectator: 90 Points

A lithe, vibrant offering, with a mouthwatering mix of nectarine, papaya and grated ginger notes, plus floral accents of elderflower and verbena. Lightly chalky in texture, which lends a bit of weight to the otherwise light-bodied frame, while a racy streak of salinity crackles on the finish. Drink now.

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Soalheiro Alvarinho has a bright, lemon-yellow colour. This wine is distinguished by its fresh and elegant fragrance, revealing the aromatic complexity of Alvarinho variety. The flavour has intense tropical and mineral notes that balance perfectly with the acidity and moderate alcohol content.
Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Quinta Do Soalheiro

Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml

$19.99

Quinta Do Soalheiro Alvarinho 750ml

$19.99
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Albarino

Albariño is a white wine grape variety primarily cultivated in the Rías Baixas region of Spain, particularly in Galicia. Known for its distinctive crispness, bright acidity, and aromatic qualities, Albariño wines often showcase flavors of citrus, peach, and a subtle saline character. Widely regarded for its refreshing nature, Albariño has gained international popularity and is also grown in other regions, including Portugal and parts of the United States, where it continues to captivate wine enthusiasts with its vibrant and expressive characteristics.

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