A unique wine. Made with ancient techniques
Veigalobos is a project that was born in the 2018 vintage in order to explore the potential of the Albariño grape to produce exceptional wines, escaping the classic and purist in the production of wines of this variety, which has characterized Granbazán for the last 40 years.
The Finca Cobas de Lobos is located in the parish of San Adrián, Cambados and consists of 2.85 hectares cultivated in Parra Gallega on sandy soil with a soft vegetation cover next to the banks of the Umia River, in these extreme conditions and under the influence of the ocean Atlantic sprout berries of slow maturation, powerful acidity and incomparable aromatic quality.
DO Rías Baixas
DENOMINATION OF ORIGIN: Rías Baixas
FERM. TEMPERATURE: Between 15-17ºC
PRODUCTION: 2.667 bottles of 0,75L
VINIFICATION: 4-day cryomaceration. Controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks in the presence of skins.
TEMPERATURE OF SERVICE: 14ºC.
BOTTLED: 26 meses una vez finalizada la fermentación.
Intense, limpid and bright ocher yellow. On the nose it is complex, extremely floral, white flowers, geraniums and roses. The fruit is ripe, yellow apple, fresh figs, peach compote and apricot mousse with delicate nuances of fine herbs such as thyme and oregano.
In the mouth it is dense, balsamic, with an explosive entry, tasty, good structure typical of the long maceration, saline characteristic of an Atlantic wine and long persistence.
|2018||Guía Peñín||94 Points||2022|
|2018||Vivir el Vino||94 Points||2022|