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Burgáns 2005

  • Burgáns 2005 – Spain, Galicia, Rías Baixas (8/2/2006)
    Albariño – The fermentation of this wine is stopped slightly early, leaving it with around 5mg/liter of residual sugar, resulting in a sweeter, more tropical wine that abounds with notes of banana, honey and cotton candy. Smooth on the palate but with less aromatic persistence, 60% of this wine is exported.
    3.5 grape