When you step into Bodegas Laureatus situated in Spain’s glorious Rías Baixas region it is hard not to fall in love with the seamless blend of the very modern winery juxtaposed with the traditional winemaking methods employed by the winemakers. The vineyards date back as far as 1975 and are primarily planted to the region’s most famous grape: Albariño. The care and precision that goes into making these wines really showcase the grape’s true character and flavour, through hand harvesting to uniquely vinifying each parcel of grapes independently, to bring out the best for each site.
The flavours of citrus, apple and tropical fruits are in balance with its crisp acidity. This wine is perfect on its own, or with seafood dishes such as Gambas al Ajillo (Spanish garlic shrimp) and Moules frites.