Leirana

Its color a pale, green-tinted yellow. Bright and sharply focused on the nose displaying lemon, honeysuckle, and mineral scents with hints of ginger in the background. It is dry, offering intense mineral-laced citrus and orchard fruit flavors that show no excess weight. Pair with seafood, chicken, and grilled fish.

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Product-Type: Wine
FOOD PAIRING: POULTRY / PORK / VEAL: Grilled
FOOD PAIRING: SHELLFISH & OTHER CRUSTACEANS: Grilled
Type: white
Price Point: 1,501 to 2,000
Style: Lean & Round
Vintage: 2019
Country: Spain
Region: Galicia
Estate: Forjas Del Salnés
Appellation: Rias Baixas
Fermentation: Natural
Blend/Grape Variety: albarino
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol: 12.50%
Wine-Making Process: Organic

Winery

Galicia, Spain: Forjas del Salnes

In the 1970s, most vintners in Rías Baixas were pulling up their old red grape vines to make way for the more productive, more en vogue, Albariño. Thankfully, the Méndez family were doing the exact opposite, planting more of the traditional vines, such as Caiño, Espadiero and Louriero Tinto, in a successful attempt to preserve and revive this central element of Galician heritage.

This mission of preservation was kick-started in earnest during the early years of the 21st Century, when Rodrigo Méndez and respected winemaker Raúl Pérez joined forces to produce not just some of the most astonishing Albariño available, but also the rare Galician reds that just a century beforehand were the pride of the region. Using tradition methods learnt over generations, Forjas del Salnes was born in a garage winery in 2005, and named after the ironworks set up by his grandfather, Francisco Méndez. Here they work the fruits from just 7.5 hectares of vines, grown in the villages of Meaño, Sanxenxo and Barro.

Today, Rías Baixas is still mostly synonymous with white wine, the vast majority of which is from cloned Albariño, but Forjas del Salnés is a unique jewel on the landscape, with its elegant, light reds the talk of the Spanish wine movement, and its own take on Albariño a testament to the age-old processes of natural winemaking and respect for the environment.

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