Nai e Señora is a tribute to both the origin of Albariño and contemporary women.
Galician poets and artists of the first half of the 20th century referred to "nai", which means “mother” in Galician, as a tribute to working women. One of the most significant examples is the sculpture of “Naiciña” by Francisco Asorei.
Additionally, those poets symbolized with "nai e señora" are associated with their land, Galicia.
Beautiful straw yellow color with greenish reflections.
On the nose, this wine has aromatic notes of herbs, dill, bay leaf, balsamic, citrus (grapefruit and lemon), tropical (flat peach), stone fruit and peach.
On the palate, Nai e Señora is fresh, rich, with a sweet point that is reminiscent of citrus and stone fruit sensations.