Gomariz X (750ml)

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    White Wine

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  • Food Pairing

    Fish TacosSeafoodSushi

Nestled at the eastern edge of Galicia, the Ribeiro DO is split by three rivers. Coto de Gomariz is located in the zone of Ribeiro where the slopes overlook the Avia river and consists of 27 hectares. Shisteous, granitic and sandy soils, steep slopes, tiny yields and a unique microclimate make this spot ideal for growing the local varieties which include Treixadura, Godello, Loureira and Albariño. Owner Ricardo Carreiro and winemaker Xosé Lois Sebio have introduced biodynamic principles, and are producing high quality and characterful wines. 

Tasting Notes

The nose of lime zest, crisp green apples and apricot, with fantastic minerality and slight richness on the palate from lees contact.  Pair this with the freshest seafood, such as langoustines or clams. 


Mainly Albarino (95%) sourced from the single vineyard “As Penelas” in the village of Gomariz. Soils are mainly clay and vineyard altitude is 200 metres above sea level. A unique microclimate created by the Avia river causes summers to be hotter than usual in Galicia, and winters to be mild and humid.  The vineyards is non-certified organic with many biodynamic practices being employed.  The remaining 5% of the blend is Treixadura.  Grapes are hand harvested into 18 kg plastic-crates and transferred to a sorting table. They are de-stemmed, crushed and lightly pressed. Free-run juice is cold settled and fermented at low temperatures in stainless steel vats using wild yeasts, before being bottled on a Flower Day, according to the Biodynamic calendar. 

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  1. (verified owner)


    A solid 3 star experience – 4 for value. Take the time to inhale the complex aromatics – stone & tropical fruit, with peach, pineapple & crisp green apples shining through. Mouth-watering acidity with a lemon/lime zest and nectarine finish. A nice alternative to a summer sauvignon blanc. Thx for the tip BC!

  2. 4

    A lovely wine for the price. My first experience with these varieties in a blend. And it won’t be my last!

    Served chilled, though warmed over time to room temperature. Straw coloured in the glass. At first whiff, the aromatics reminded me more of a fruit-forward Chardonnay. Aromas of stone fruit, pineapple, lemon zest, ripe orange, green apple, jasmine tea and a hint of thyme. On the palate, a fresh and lively acidity compliments the fruit. The wine is precise, if lacking in complexity. The lemon rind and apple finish lingers for a short time.

    Thanks to Jason MacLeod for choosing this wine. Both my wife and I enjoyed it immensely, and it had some great similarities (and contrasts) to the Lightfoot and Wolfville Ancienne Chardonnay (another of my partner’s favourites). Cheers!

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