Terras Gauda O ROSAL 2023

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Terras Gauda O ROSAL Rias Baixas, zesty, minerally and aromatic Spanish white. The O Rosal, is a selective blend of the best Albariño grapes in the O Rosal subzone of Galicia, which is then mixed with the indigenous grapes Loureira and Caiño Blanco.. A greenish-yellow in color, this wine has a generous nose of ripe peach, aromatic herbs such as hints of bay leaf and mint, orange blossom, mandarin and orange peel. On the palate, it is round with hints of mineral and earthy memories. It finishes with crispness and minerality, revealing its stunning structure, density and balanced acidity. Edged with superb acidity and a bristling minerality this reminds one of a really good Riesling. These are wines of outstanding freshness and life.

Is Vegan? Yes
Bottle Size 750ml
Production Method Conventional
Producer Terres Gauda
Country Spain
Region Rias Baixas, Spain
Vintage 2023
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grapes Albarino, Louriero
Terroir granite, quartz, clay and metamorphic schist
Alcohol 12.5% abv
Maturation Stainless steel, cold maceration in tank
Annual Production Over 100000
Ageing Potential Best drunk young
Food Matching Light Dishes and Salads, Rich Sauces, Shellfish

The Terras Gauda winery was founded in the O Rosal Valley, within the territory encompassing the Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin.

Terras Gauda is notable for owning around 85% of its own vineyards; the remainder of the grapes are provided under strict quality control agreements with local growers. Having this control allows the estate to pick later and more selectively (and over a greater period of time) than most others ensuring greater maturity and higher sugar levels in the grapes. The sheltered aspect of the vineyards surrounded by forest, the proximity to the Mino and to the sea, also promotes ripening. The result is wines that taste exceptionally fresh and bright. They employ modern techniques so as to produce clean, consistent wines driven by their aromatics, but carefully limit the chemical substances which are used on the vineyard, so as to protect the land.



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  1. Richard Rathbone


    Learnt to drink this wine in a marvellous fish restaurant in Barcelona. It’s perfect with shell-fish. But it’s lovely straw colour and summery nose makes it a perfect aperitif wine which likes the company of olives and air-dried meats. It keeps well and, because I rather like lighter wines, it packs a lot of flavour at 12%. I think that it’s worth its price.

  2. Lotty Underwood


    From the most traditional place in the north of Spain, this wine is my favourite. Fresh with a real depth!
    Quick delivery & service. Thank you

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