The winery lagship wine is a blend of 70% Albariño
with varying proportions of Loureira and Caíño Blanco,
highlighting the success of a native blend of grapes. It is a
clear demonstration of the beneits of a wise blend of grape
It is named after the winery Bodegas Terras Gauda, or
“Lands of Joy” as Romans used to call the area. Its prominent
personality is the result of a combination of grape musts
from the legendary Albariño variety (70%) with those of the
singular Loureira and Caíño Blanco in the most adequate
proportions. The Albariño and Caíño Blanco grapes come
from lower altitude vineyards, allowing them to ripen faster.
A lower acidity level results in concentrated wines with great
structure and backbone.
This wine is elaborated starting from the free-run juices of
the native quality varieties from the O Rosal Valley, located
on the Galician riverbanks of the Miño River, very close to
the river mouth in the lands of La Guardia, in front of the
neighbouring Portugal, under the Designation of Origin from
Bodegas Terras Gauda
Dry white. 70% Albariño, 20% Loureria,
10% Caiño Blanco.
Generous nose of ripe peach and orange peel,
white lower and baked apple.
D.O. Rías Baixas (Galícia)
The mouth is round with hints of minerality and
honey. This wine inishes crisp and clean revealing
its stunning structure and balance inacidity.
6ºC - 8ºC
Appetizer , complex salads, white meat, grilled
seafood, seafood in sauce, grilled white ish
WS: 92 points