(2020) It's fairly unusual to be tasting a 2014 vintage Albariño in 2017, because this is a variety normally drunk just about as young and fresh as possible, but it is an Albariño that marches to a slightly different beat, being fermented with wild yeast and aged on the lees for 10 months. It has a touch of gold to the colour and mealy almond and herbal notes to the citrus aromas. There's some orange as well as lemon, and just a hint of something peachy. On the palate it is sheer and focused, keen, not too ripe apple and pear, that lemon again and a light saltiness to the acidity. Quite delicious.