Albariño, the #1 Alternative to Chardonnay, According to Mark Oldman

Award-winning wine author Mark Oldman claims Albariño from DO Rías Baixas in Galicia, Spain is his favorite white wine!

Albariño combines bright aromas with natural minerality, crisp acidity & layers of complexity allowing them to pair with a range of cuisine. From Byblos in South Beath, Miami, Mark gives us an inside look into the versatility of the Albariño grape and explains why it is the #1 alternative to Chardonnay.

 

Albariño, the #1 Alternative to Chardonnay, According to Mark Oldman.

 

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