Varieties: Caiño Tinto, Espadeiro, and Mencía.
Appearance: Clear. Deep Ruby.
Nose: Clean. Medium. Floral notes, and subtle spices.
Palate: Dry. Light-bodied, with fresh acidity, notes of spice, floral, and red-berries intertwine with a underbelly of minerals and graphite that dance delicately on the palate.
Vinification: Organic. All in stainless-steel, with 6 months aging on fine lees. A tiny parcel of (rare red) grapes in Rias Baixas near Salnés.
Recommended Food Pairing: Serve with a celler chill, along side rotisserie chicken, pulpo a la gallega, or white bean dishes.