''Ripe apricot and citrus aromas on the nose, full of stone fruit typicity. The palate has a delicate spritz, which lifts the wine, making it fresh and lively. Has lovely acidity and balance, with a mouthwatering, moreish finish.'' 90 Points, Decanter Magazine
This is a great change if you are getting tired of Sauv Blanc, Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio. So first, a bit of education. Albarino is a white varietal primarily from Northwestern Spain. It’s characterized by being extremely aromatic, often with scents of almond, flowers or fruit (or sometimes all of the above).