"Rías Baixas is renowned for the Albariño grape, an indigenous variety that produces some of the world’s foremost white wines. Located in the Galicia region of northwestern Spain, the DO was formally established in 1988. Albariño has always been the flagship of this coastal region. In Rías Baixas’ unique climate, Albariño shares the same mineral-rich soils and cool climate as the world’s other renowned white wine-producing regions, including France’s Loire Valley, New Zealand, and the Rhine region of Germany. Snaps of lemon and apple on the nose, with a clean minerally finish on the palate, this wine is a perfect example of quintessential Galician Albarino . As in most cases, what grows together goes together. Rias Baixas is on the coast, and Albarino is a perfect pairing for seafood…consider it your squeeze of lemon for that grilled fish."