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Characteristics of Tras da Canda Albariño
Tras da Canda Albariño is a monovarietal Albariño white wine from the D.O. Rías Baixas produced by Bodegas y Viñedos Rodrigo Méndez.
Bodegas y Viñedos Rodrigo Méndez is a young winery owned by the winemaker Rodrigo Méndez. He works with traditional methods and production techniques, and has been considered one of Galícia's best winemakers. He has also collaborated with Raúl Pérez on numerous wine projects.
Tras da Canda Albariño is produced by fermenting the wine in barrels. It is then aged for 12 months in 500 litre barrels. Its production is very limited, consisting of only some 700 bottles.
Tras da Canda Albariño is a mineral, vibrant and creamy wine, where grapes from young vines has been tamed and polished by fermenting and barrel ageing.
Rías Baixas wines would not be where they are today without the native Albariño grape variety. Although red wines are also produced in Rías Baixas, practically 100% of Rías Baixas wines are white. Among them, the vast majority of them are made with the Albariño grape. As well as young wines, fresh and aromatic, the region also makes wines aged in the barrels, complex wines with great personalities. Albariño wines can either be single varieties, or be part of a blend with other characteristic grapes of the region: Treixadura, Loureira Blanca and Godello.