Tomada de Castro comes from Val do Salnés, the original and oldest sub-zone of the Rias-Baixas D.O. in northwest Spain. Elisabeth and her father Carlos started his incredible family-run Adega in 1998, producing their own wines in a region that is farmed in tiny individual parcels. Their estate fruit (only 7 hectares) is grown in pergola using sustainable methods, encouraging the vines to draw necessary nutrients from the natural soils and climate. Likewise in the cellar, this team practices minimal intervention, using only native yeast fermentations, working with the indigenous Albariño varietal, and allowing the wine to express the different plots of their land without the use of oak. The result is a true Albariño, full of character and with exceptional quality for its price.
|Tomada de Castro ‘Flor de Verano’ Albarino||Rias Baixas|
|Tomada de Castro Albarino||Rias Baixas|