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As I write this on a warm, early autumn day, I am reminded that many fruits on the farm stands are at their peak: the last of the peaches are being scooped up as the apples and pears take their place; there may still be some berries around.
What made me think of this was a gorgeous white wine I am tasting from the Rias Baixas region of Galicia in northwest Spain — the 2014 Abadia de San Campio Albarino from Bodegas Terras Gauda.
I have tasted this wine many times before. Never has it been this delicious, suggesting that 2014 must have been one heck of a vintage in Rias Baixas. Albarino is the region’s most important grape and is in its glory in this $19 bottling, bursting with ripe tropical fruit and rich lemon tastes, fresh and lively with great balance between fruit and acidity.
I also detected …