La caña Navia 2010
Un blanco con alma de tinto. De allí que no sorprenda su añada, 2010, que entrega ahora buenos momentos de placer. Un Albariño del Valle del Salnés bajo el que se esconden dos viñedos muy concretos, uno de ellos "La Playa" prácticamente a orillas del mar. Seco, glicérico en boca, con una buena estructura, fino con y un trabajo sobre lías impecable.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
"The 2010 Navia is produced with the selected Albariño grapes from three hectares of 30 year old pergola vineyards planted on sandy granite soils, fermented in French oak barrels and aged in contact with the lees for 11 months. I'm not really a fan of barrel fermented Albariño, as the wood often masks the character and perfume of the wine (think about barrel-fermented Riesling), but in this one it's completely unnoticeable and the dominant aromas are citric and floral and clean, perhaps not awfully complex, but extremely pleasant. This feels young, primary and not yet evolved; it doesn't show its age at all. The palate is medium-bodied, with good acidity, perhaps not with the weight of fruit and concentration found in the 2012, as it feels a bit hollow in the mid-palate. This is ready, it should keep in bottle for a bit longer but doesn't seem to have the stuffing for a long life. 4,092 bottles produced."