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2011 Albarino
Wine Specs
Calaveras County
Barrel Aging
100% neutral oak barrels
Alcohol %

2011 Albarino

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Would you believe that the Albariño grape was named “The White Rhino” for its powers of virility? OK... then would you believe this wine was named for a poor farmer named Alberto Bariño who first cloned it in 1823? OK... then would you believe this crisp, spicy Spanish grape that you’ve never heard of is Damn Yummy and you should just Get Smart and enjoy it? Of course you would!

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
You people probably think it’s a piece of cake cranking out these amusing and pithy wine tasting notes don’t you? Well, it’s hell I tell you, and right now cake is about the furthest thing from my mind. Hmmm... you know, this Albarino might taste really good with cake, maybe a nice apple spice cake to go with the spicy citrusy apple aromas, and Summery flavors of grapefruit, apples, and white peaches. Yes, I believe I will have cake.
Vineyard Notes
100% Albariño from Dragone Ranch Vineyard.
Food Pairing Notes
Seafood and shellfish! Paella made with scallops, shrimp and other fishes would be a hit – the richness of these flavors would complement the crisp texture.
Product Reviews
(Apr 12, 2012 at 1:22 PM)
Boquet like that of a freshly cut honeydew melon. Nice "feel" in the mouth with a fruity yet dry finish. I give it 90 points on my rating system.

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