Los mejores blancos españoles, según la IWSC 

“El vino blanco español ha mejorado posiblemente más que el de cualquier otra región vinícola del mundo durante los últimos 20 a 30 años”. Es lo que asegura la International Wine and Spirit Competition, un concurso en el que participan en torno a  90 países, y que ha dado a conocer su selección de los mejores blancos españoles. Vinos de Rías Baixas, Rioja y Bierzo encabezan la clasificación. 

  • Albariño 2019 Bodega Rectoral do Umia
    Tropical nose with a juicy slice of pineapple, melon and an underlying hint of wet minerals. Dry and crisp on the palate with concentrated lemon and a beguiling creamy vigor.
  • De Boca En Boca 2019 Bodega San Cebrín
    A tempting and tantalising white Rioja with characterful notes of lively lemon, sweet nuts and chalk. Energising acidity and utterly mouth-watering, this is one cheeky chappy you won’t forget.
  • Selección Godello 2015 Bodegas Godelia
    A fusion of contrasting flavours: pithy lime and lemon curd accentuated by gum slapping acidity, set against a slightly nutty backdrop with hints of bacon fat! Deliciously long and complex.
  • Verdejo 2019 Bodegas Portia
    Delicate aromas of white flowers, nectarine and mandarin. Palate is lean and linear with crisp green apple, poached pear and a long fruity finish. Classic example.
  • Asda Extra Special Palacio de Vivero Verdejo 2019
    Sublimely savoury saline-laced lees euphorically united with grassy gooseberry and lime-fresh mineral notes. Sumptuously soft, mellow finish with a touch of linden and wonderful textural energy.
  • The Best Marqués De Los Ríos Blanco Reserva 2016 Morrisons
    A true classic. Notes of mandarin, sweet honey, vanilla, and roasted nut interweave with perfectly pronounced oak and seductive smoke. Rich, rounded, and divine.
    Foto: DO Rías Baixas