Tricó is a local name in Rías Baixas that refers to the last, "unexpected" child in a family, one that is often much younger than its siblings. Tricó is the last son of José Antonio López,
formerly of Lusco and much earlier of Morgadío. José Antonio López is a pioneer in the region, one of the winemakers responsible for the resurgence of Albariño as a quality wine with a worldwide presence.
Since their debut vintage, Tricó has been a leader in quality Albariño wines. Tricó is a wine that preserves the floral and fruity characteristics
of the Albariño variety. It has great structure and voluptuousness in mouth, as
well as a broader and longer palate. The goal is to preserve freshness
and acidity, while gaining presence and intensity.