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Bouza do Rei, Castel de Bouza, Rias Baixas, Galicia, 2011

Castel de Bouza


  • Grape Variety: Albariño
  • Drink: 2012 - 2014


Bouza do Rei

Ferran Centelles

Tasting: Albariño

lightly spirity nose. Very soft pleasant mouth-feel with a good balance with the refreshing acidity. A very fruity and easy to enjoy example of Albariño. It has a peachy fruity finish

John Radford

Tasting: Albariño

Very pale straw. Lovely ‘spirity’ start but a bit reductive but clean on the palate with ‘dark green’ fruits, some richness on the mid but austere on the finish and the reduction returns. Ultimately not quite clean

Sarah Jane Evans MW

Tasting: Albariño

A little sweaty, lightly confected fruit rich ripe palate, some acidity shines through; cooked Brimley apple fruit, with a note of sweet spice. Finishes dry, with a note of chalk


Wine name: Castel de Bouza
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content: 12.5%
Wine colour: White
Wine vintage: 2011
Price: £13.49
Wine style: White, light-bodied
Country: Spain
Region: Galicia
Subregion: Rias Baixas

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