Terras Gauda, Abadia de San Campio, Rias Baixas, Galicia, 2011

Abadia de San Campio


  • Grape Variety: Albariño
  • Drink: 2013 - 2018


Terras Gauda

Ferran Centelles

Tasting: Albariño

An extremely enjoyable interpretation of Albariño. Clean and pure nose of peach, flowers and green fruit, this is a very Albariño nose. Very good balance and expressive palate. The outstanding personality is demonstrated by the salty character.

John Radford

Tasting: Albariño

Straw/pale gold. Lovely ‘wood-oil’ mature aromas, with deep-down fruit, hint of asparagus? This is classic Albariño – spicy, green fruit, warm, ripe mid and a clean, fresh finish. Excellent

Sarah Jane Evans MW

Tasting: Albariño

Typically peachy; vibrant, very young, with a lime curd freshness. Punchy, crisp attack, the lime curd is echoed on the palate, delicate, dancing freshness, this is a light zesty Albariño, with classic energy and freshness for drinking now.


Wine name: Abadia de San Campio
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content: 12.5%
Wine colour: White
Wine vintage: 2011
Price: £12.95
Wine style: White, light-bodied
Country: Spain
Region: Galicia
Subregion: Rias Baixas