This is a tank-fermented and aged Albariño from D.O. Rías Baixas. The wine is very difficult to find in US retail stores, but I spotted it on the wine list of Milos restaurant in New York. The smell and taste is reminiscent of apricot, delicate citrus, honey, and flowers. This is not a racy and precise Albariño. Rather, it has a quiet but seductive depth and an enigmatic, now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t sense of creaminess and weight. A very unique and captivating Spanish wine that I would love to have in my cellar.