Hard (and happy) to believe that we are speaking about a wine full of quality made with airén.
Clean gold excepting the last glass. It's normal in a non-filtered wine. The first day I find it too roundshaped. The second day it shows more faces. Sautée apple, bitter almonds and an I-don't-know-what of camphor. In backnose there's that whisky touch I find in some white bio/natural wines. It's a hint of lazy carbonic; the kind of bubbles that are there but not in the mood to disturb. Oily but not fat sip. I think it's shows better with temperature (not chilled I mean)
Nicely paired with serrano ham with young onions and green favas sautée and some traditional croquettes.
(Price: 4-6 EUR)