Finca San Cibrao is a white wine, a special selection of the Carlos Moro winemaker. The San Cibrao estate is located on the banks of the Miño River in fertile siliceous soils, sharing habitat with tree species such as Galician pine or oak, as well as other plant species with an Atlantic vocation and representative of this area of Galicia.
Region: Ribeiro, Galicia, Spain.
Winery: Carlos Moro.
Grape: 70% Treixadura, 20% Godello and 10% Albariño.
Treixadura: Refined and smooth, the Treixadura grape is a white grape, the jewel of the Ribeiro vineyard. The produced wines taste aromatic, with a fine bouquet, elegant with a shade of fruit, delicate flower highlights and a balsamic touch.
Godello: Is a white variety of wine grape grown in northwestern Spain, in particular in Galicia. Godello can produce fine white wines.
Albariño: A variety of white wine grape grown in Galicia (northwest Spain), Monçao and Melgaço (northwest Portugal), where it is used to make varietal white wines.
Color: Pale straw yellow, bright green touches.
Aroma: Fresh, intense and elegant fruit tones of green apple between hints of freshly cut hay and subtle shades of white flower.
Palate: Lively and elegant structure, with a fresh and creamy body and pleasant lingering finish.
Pairing: All kinds of seafood, canned food, light cheeses and grilled meats.
Temperature: Drink at 43°F-46°F.