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Terras Gauda 2019

Terras Gauda

2019
Rías Baixas (Spain)

Terras Gauda is made using three traditional Galician varieties from the DO Rías Baixas appellation:...

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Details for Terras Gauda 2019

Producer

Alcohol content

12.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Review

Terras Gauda is made using three traditional Galician varieties from the DO Rías Baixas appellation: Albariño (70%), Caiño (20%) and Loureiro (10%). The Albariño and Caiño vines are planted lower down than the Loureiro ones, with their earlier harvest meaning more concentration and body, and less acidity. Albariño brings fruity aromas and a full volume to the blend, whereas Caiño provides exotic fruit and balsamic aromas and, more importantly, the structure and individuality which makes Terras Gauda stand out from other Galician whites. The Loureiro grapes collected from higher plots ripen more slowly and have more complex aromas. Simply by looking at the fruit and touching it, you can appreciate the gentleness it brings to the finished wine. Squeezing the fruit a little, its floral character is instantly recognizable.

Each grape variety undergoes a process of cold maceration to extract the best qualities from the skins. Fermentation is then carried out at a low temperature in stainless steel tanks using natural yeast from the vineyards themselves. Finally, after standing to stabilize the wine, it is filtered and bottled.

The resulting product is a wine with great aromatic complexity, surrounded with notes of ripe peach, pineapple, refreshing citrus fruit, and hints of orange blossom. The vineyard soil expresses itself through delicate mineral and earthy hints, accompanied by pleasant touches of mint and bay leaves. Fresh but full-bodied in the mouth, it has a strong character and an excellent balance.

Food pairing

Mildly spiced asian cuisine / Grilled shellfish / Steamed clams

Vineyard

  • Vine age:30 years
  • Soil:Slate / Granit
  • Climate:Atlantic

Tasting notes

  • ViewStraw yellow
  • Bouquet:Orange blossom / Peach / Pineapple / Citrus fruits / Mint / Mineral
  • Mouth:Fresh / Unctuous / Velvety / Powerful

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Cqr23 (29 Oct) - Vintage 2019

Un acierto

Es un vino con el que siempre acierta!! Lo volveré a comprar

by: Miguel (30 Sep) - Vintage 2019

Correcto, pero no es lo que era

Un buen albariño, siempre está bien, pero da la sensación de que hace años era más redondo.

by: FRANCISCO (31 Aug) - Vintage 2019

UN CLÁSICO

Muy bueno, al gran nivel de siempre. Perfecto para los pescados.

by: Juan gaona (29 Jul) - Vintage 2019

espectacular

Un vino gallego de los mejores que he probado. Suave fino con color con su temperatura adecuada y unos buenos mariscos .

by: Pascal PACCAULT (30 Jun) - Vintage 2019

Terras Gauda

Le petit frère de la carte noire. Un vin d'été à boire à l'apéritif ou en accompagnement de pâtes au thon ou al vongoles. Bonne tenue et qualité suivie.

Bodegas Terras Gauda

Bodegas Terras Gauda

The Terras Gauda Group is made up of four wineries located in four of the main wine-growing areas of Spain: Bodegas Terras Gauda (Rías Baixas), Viñedos y Bodegas Pittacum (Bierzo), Quinta Sardonia (Castilla y León) and Compañía de Vinos Heraclio Alfaro ( Rioja). The group's philosophy is to respect the character of each region but also to add the experience and knowledge that such diversity generates in favor of the quality of all its wines. Bodegas Terras Gauda was founded ...

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