Volandia Mencía Barrel

Artisanal single-varietal Mencía made with grapes from old vines from the Ribeira Sacra Appellation and aged in oak barrels from prestigious European cooperages. It stands out for its potential to age and remain in optimal condition for years. It appreciates the time in the glass since, as it opens, it expands its aromatic register, unfolding its sensory qualities and gaining complexity. Limited and numbered production.

To which century do the first reports of Albariño in Galicia date back?

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