(2023) Made by Pagos del Rey, a group with wineries in several Spanish regions, this come from Rías Baixas, the most celebrated region for the Albariño variety. There's a touch of elderflower and kiwi fruit on the nose here, rather Sauvignonesque, a light smoke and peach beneath, only a whisper of the saline character these wines sometimes display. The palate has a certain richness. Is there a little residual sugar here? Though a big, citrussy acid core comes through on the finish, I do find this has that slightly sweet 'n sour, maybe even cloying character, meaning it lacks the ultimate crispness I look for in Rías Baixas.