Blanco Albariño Alargo 2012. “Collateral effects (based on a true story)”

Written the October 16, 2013 by jlbecerra | Category: White wine, General, Score: 3, Featured Post

0894ec7bb21afd3c24152619aca9720bName: Alargo 2012

Price: 15 € in mercado del Arenal, Sevilla

Origin: D.O. Rías Baixas

Winery: Gómez y Rial

Score: high 3

Together with two other couples of friends, we ended up sitting for dinner at this specific place that we did not like from the start. But when the wine arrived at our table, something seemed to get hold of the six of us, and the bad vibrations bedevilled one of our fellow diners. We don’t know what exactly put an end to the meeting, whether it was Javier or the wine’s “malic” effect. In brief, this is one of those wines whose producers believe that everything is done just because it is an Albariño and they forget to actually make the wine.

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