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Avancia Godello 2012

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Avancia Godello is produced from 100% old vine Godello planted in 1975. The vineyards stretch between 1,350-1,650 feet above sea level. Barrel fermented in French Oak for 7 months, this wine has incredible texture and is loaded with stone fruit and citrus notes. It's got everything going for it — definition, minerality, good acidity and a touch of oak.

Brezo Blanco - Gregory Perez 2015

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Brezo by Gregory Perez is comprised of 80% Godello and 20% Doña Blanca, from multiple plots of 30-80 year old vines, grown on sandy loam and clay soils, at 550 meters elevation, located in the areas of Cacabelos and Valtuille. It is fermented with wild yeasts in stainless steel vat and raised on the lees with weekly battonage for 5 months. This is a fresh, mineral, and elegant wine with notes of citrus, lanolin, and white pepper, a delicious wine to pair with fresh seafood, cheese, roast chicken, and jamón.

Mengoba Godello Sobre Lias 2014

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Mengoba Blanco is a bit more serious than the Brezo, made from 100% Godello from plots of 30-40 year old vines, grown on river stone and sandy loam soil. It is fermented with wild yeasts in large wooden foudre and raised for 11 months in 4000 litre oval wooden vats. This is a fascinating, individual wine. Structured and complex with exotic aromas of musk, baking apples, warm croissants and white flowers. It's sappy and fresh in the mouth, with orchard fruit, quince, floral and crushed stone flavours. A perfect vino blanco to pair with wild game, rich seafood dishes, jamón, cheeses, and poultry dishes.