Albarino refers to the name of the primary grape found in this crips, fresh and white wine from Galicia. In Spain this vine is recognized as perhaps their best white grape varietal. It is grown almost exclusively in the cool surroundings of Galicia. In Northern Portugal, this grape is also widely grown in Minhos region where it is known as Alvarinho. In Minhos, Alvarinho is blended with a number of other indigenous varietals to produce that region’s heavily exported wine known as Vinho Verde.

It is also known as Alvarino, Alvarinho

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