Granbazán farms 17 hectares of Albariño vines in Val do Salnés, the sub-region of the Rías Baixas which is centered around the town of Cambados. Val do Salnés is the site of the oldest Albariño plantations. It is also the coldest and wettest of the five sub-regions. The average temperature for the year is 55°F and it rarely exceeds 85°F, even in the hottest part of the summer. Grapes are trained in the traditional pergola fashion and soils are based on granite with alluvial topsoil. Granbazán supplements their estate fruit with long-term contracts with smallholders in the area.

Granbazan 'Etiqueta Verde' Albarino 2017
92  James Suckling 
Vinous Media 92 "Bright, green-hued straw. Aromas of quince, melon and nectarine are energized by a hint of lime zest. Concentrated but surprisingly lively, offering densely packed and incisive citrus pith, bitter pear skin and honeysuckle flavors that deepen steadily on the back half. Shows
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Granbazan 'Etiqueta Verde' Albarino 2016
TASTING NOTES Pale golden color, with green hue. Complex aromas of green apples, grassy, citrus and tropical fruits; white flowers show up in a second layer. Mouth filling sensation with crispy acidity. Elegant, balanced and pleasant aftertaste with a salty after taste  THE WINE Etiqueta Verde,

Granbazan 'Etiqueta Verde' Albarino 2015
Wine Entusiast 90 "Aromas of fresh citrus fruits, crushed vitamins and nectarine are pleasant and welcoming. This offers good acidic cut and overall balance. Flavors of stone fruits focus on apricot and nectarine, while the finish is elegant."  About 100% Albariño -Entry-level offering from

Granbazan 'Etiqueta Verde' Albarino 2014
91  Vinous Media 
Vinous Media 91 "Pale gold. Fresh melon, tangerine, mint and chalky minerals on the nose, with a floral nuance building in the glass. Juicy, focused and pure, offering intense citrus and orchard fruit flavors and a suave honeysuckle flourish. In a zesty, mineral-driven style, finishing with