Fresh and moreish. Fennel, bay and cut grass.
On the glass the Sameirás 2014 Blanco is pale yellow with greenish hues.
Some tears show a dense, attractive texture.
On the nose it comes through with herbaceous notes of fennel, bay leaves and freshly cut grass.
On the mouth it’s fresh and moreish. The finish is long. A pleasant, citrusy and slightly bitter note persists after sampling.
Treixadura, also known as Trajadura, is a white Portuguese wine grape variety grown mainly in northeast Portugal’s Vinho Verde wine region and the Galician wine regions of Ribeiro and Ras Baixas in Spain. The grape is primarily a blending grape that gives wines body and light lemony aromas. In Ras Baixas, it is frequently blended with Loureiro and Alvarinho, while in Ribeiro, it is frequently blended with Torrontés and Lado.Link to here... | Derived from 'Treixadura' on Wikipedia
Albario, also known as Alvarinho, is a white wine grape variety native to Galicia and Northwest Portugal, where it is used to produce varietal white wines. Albario is the Galician word for the grape; it is also known as Alvarinho and Cainho Branco in Portugal.Link to here... | Derived from 'Albariño' on Wikipedia
Godello is a white wine grape variety grown in northwest Spain, specifically in Galicia. The grape variety Gouveio found in northern Portugal is thought to be the same.Link to here...
Loureira, Loureiro, or Loureiro Blanco is a white wine grape grown in the Iberian Peninsula’s northwest corner. Galicia, Spain, and Minho, Portugal are included. It is especially grown along the Lima River, a sub-region of Vinho Verde, in the latter.Link to here... | Derived from 'Loureira' on Wikipedia
Green grape variety
Torrontés is a white grape variety native to Argentina that produces crisp, aromatic wines with mild acidity, a silky texture and mouthfeel, and distinct peach and apricot aromas on the nose. In Argentina, three Torrontés varieties exist: the most popular, Torrontés Riojano, Torrontés Sanjuanino, and Torrontés Mendocino. Torrontés Riojano is the variety used for most Argentine wines simply called Torrontés, and it is the variety that has attracted recognition for the quality of its wines.Link to here... | Derived from 'Torrontés' on Wikipedia