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Characteristics of Galván Treixadura-Godello Blanco
New vintage of this white wine made in this young winery from their own vineyards' grapes. After destemming and crushing, the grapes undergo a cold maceration on the skins at extreme temperatures by introduction into dry ice deposits. After the alcoholic fermentation, the wine stays on its leees in deposits for several additional months. Once clarified, the wine is bottled. This wine will improve over the months.
Serve at 8ºC
Baked white fish, Spiced fish stews, Fish rices, Blue fish, Aperitif
SightPale straw yellow colour with greenish edges and golden reflections. Clean and bright wine.NoseGood, intense and expressive aromas with an important load of ripe fruit and a touch of citrus, which are released along with flower aromas and subtle and refreshing green herbs.Taste
Good white wine from Monterrei with a soft and fresh attac and an unctuous mid palate with very expressive and well balanced notes of fruit. It has an excellent well integrated acidity and a good persistent finish that leaves a fruity aftertaste.
SightPale straw yellow. Bright and clean.NoseAromatic intensity. Clean aromas of ripe fruit and floral and herbal notes.TasteNice attack as the wine passes through the mouth softly. Unctuous and slightly glyceric mid palate with presence of fruits. Well structured wine with well-integrated acidity that provides it with freshness. Lingering finish.
SightStraw yellow with green hues. Pale, clean, bright.NoseIntense aromas, clean, ripe fruit (apple, apricot). Fresh herbs and light. Floral notesTaste Soft on the attack, with good structure, well-integrated acidity, balanced, fresh, fruity aftertaste, persistent.
The Monterrei Valley is often only considered for the cultivation of cereals, fruit trees and other horticultural products, but the Valley is today one of the most dynamic regions in terms of wine production. The transformation and improvement of viticulture and the installation of wineries such as Terra de Gargalo (owned by Roberto Verino), Pazos del Rey, Quinta do Muradella, Lobazán and Valdevellos, among others, have contributed to increased production of quality wines within designation of origin, which are becoming ever more present in the main Spanish markets.