Centola is made from “Albariño” grapes carefully grown in the vineyards at “Val do Salnés” in Galicia, where most vineyards and wineries congregate under the Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas.

Albariño is also a byword for fresh white wine, with the right acidity and freshness. They are remarkable for their pleasantly impressive fine and distinguished floral and fruity aromas, of a medium intensity and a medium-long finish.

  • Grape

    Albariño.

  • Style

    Still Wine.

  • Region

    Rías Baixas is a Denominación de Origen which includes a number of vineyards in Galicia, that share some geographical features which characterise and distinguish these idiosyncratic wines. Lowland areas near the sea are linked to lower stretches of river courses and are characterised by a mild climate and a decrease in rainfall during the summer months.

  • Tasting Notes

    Clear bright wine with greenish tones. A nose of peach and apricot with white flower notes. Fresh, fruity palate with body and a long aftertaste.

  • Food Pairing

    Centola is the perfect company for steamed clams, seafood salad, cold or grilled seafood, octopus in garlic or grilled, squids or muscles in vinegar sauce. Delicious with sushi and spicy Asian dishes.

  • Alcohol Content

    13%

  • Best Served

    Served chilled

  • Technical Information

    Run juice ferments at a controlled temperature of 16ºC in stainless steel tanks.

  • About this wine

    “Clear, light yellow. Clean nose offering up white-fleshed fuit aromas and citrus notes. Rounded palate intermixing freshness, restrained exuberance and aromatic expression. A delightful, easy-drinking wine with appealing consistency”. 2018 Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge

  • Latest Awards

    GOLD ⭐ BEST OF SHOW RÍAS BAIXAS ⭐
    2018 Mundus Vini: Centola 2017
    GOLD
    2018 Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge: Centola 2017
    2018 Asia Wine Trophy: Centola 2017
    2018 Japan Wine Challenge: Centola 2017
    2018 Berliner Wein Trophy: Centola 2017
    SILVER
    2018 AWC Vienna: Centola 2017

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