100% albariño grapes variety native to Galicia, and main varietal in the Rias Baixas DO. The monks of Cluny, in the XII century, may have extended the cultivation of this grape, of possible Germanic origin, from the monastery of Armenteira in the Pontevedra region of O Salnés. Every year, on the first Sunday of August, the Albariño Festival is celebrated in Cambados, the capital of this white wine. The grapevine has semi-upright branches.

The fruit is small, spherical with a thick green-yellow skin sprinkled with freckles. The musts of the Albariño variety require cold maceration. Producing a good alcoholic and glyceric contend, with higth acidity, so that wines have longevity, concentrates over time. Pato Mareao is a DO Rías Baixas wine, one hundred percent Albariño. Fresh, aromatic and tasty, to pair with the best appetizers, seafood and fish.

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Visual Stage: Yellow / greenish reflections.

Olfactory Stage: Fruity and floral aromas. Citrus and green apple notes.

Gustatory Stage: Fresh, good entry, broad, meaty. Long and balanced with

citrus and herbaceous touches.