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Godello is a white wine grape planted in Galicia, Spain. On the verge of extinction, Godello was brought back in the 1970s, and now is one of the most popular white wine varieties. Godello wines produced in steel tanks have a crisp, fresh, and fruity with good mineral notes. Godello wines produced with oak are creamy on the palate, which is a direct result of contact with lees. The most notable characteristic of Godello wines is the wildflower flavor and a fuller body than most wines with the same mineral qualities. It is important not to confuse Godello with Verdelho. They are different grapes, but the same name is sometimes used. Godello is also known as Ojo de Gallo, Godenho, Agudelo, and Agodenho. 

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Minius Godello 2018

Minius Godello is made from 100 percent Godello.

Minius is a wine with a very live yellow color with green reflections. Highlighted on the nose are the citrus and floral aromas, along with white fruits notes and herbs like fennel. It is soft and elegant in mouth that together with the acidity gives a fresh and persistent finish.

Strict and careful grape selection in the vineyard and winery before destemming. Cold maceration at 10ºC during 3-4 hours. Presing. Alcoholic fermentation begins at 16,5 ºC in stainless steel under an automatic temperature control. Stabilization of the wine in isotermic tanks, filtering and bottling. Resting in the bottle during 30 days prior distribution.

Pairs with apperitives, rices, grilled seafood, white fish in sauce, cheeses, poultries


Vina Mein O Pequeno Blanco 2020

Vina Mein O Pequeno Blanco is made from Treixadura, Godello, Albariño and Torrontes.

Grapes are coming from 12 small plots across just 40 acres of land with varying slopes and aspects that allow the grapes to benefit from different sun exposures and that thrive in the ´´Sábrego´´ soil: unique to this region and comprised of decomposed granite, sand and clay.

An aromatic, vibrant and intense white with a pleasant finish. Precise and careful viticulture and a unique blend of native varieties, Treixadura, Godello, Albariño and Torrontés, express the diversity and richness of Ribeiro – one of the most prolific winemaking regions in Spain since the 11th century.

Review:

"Peach, sliced apple, lemon pith and white pepper on the nose. It’s medium-bodied with crisp acidity. Juicy and fruity. Drink now."

- James Suckling (October 2021), 90 pts


 90 Points
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