• Oaked Albariño 2021
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Oaked Albariño 2021

Texas Heritage Vineyard

The grapes used come from Wild Seed Farms, only 7 miles away from Texas Heritage Vineyard, allowing for an immediate press after harvest. This enables truly capturing the essence of the grape, delivering an award-winning taste with no bitterness and no bite.
Brand Texas Heritage Vineyard
100% Wildseed Farms Vineyard albarino.
Vintage 2021
Production 240 cases
BarrelFrench Oak
Pressed immediately after harvest. Aged 6 months.
Size 750ml
AppellationTexas Hill Country
ABV 13.4%
Serving temp 40°F (4°C)
PairingsLighter meats
Seafood risotto
Fish tacos
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