An orange Albariño? It may be unusual, but this wine is compelling evidence that more Rías Baixas wineries should be experimenting with this style. Fermented and aged on skins for six months, this has aromas of mandarin, russet apple and a touch of dried rose petal. The palate is well rounded with fresh acidity and a food-friendly touch of tannin. With its bright, clean orchard fruit this is a great gateway for drinkers who think they don't like orange wines.