93 points Luis Gutiérrez (Wine Advocate): "[$40 list] The single-vineyard 2016 Tega do Sal is 90% Treixadura and 10% Albariño from the Vilerma zone, from 25-year-old plants on granite soils that have more clay and some laminar, schist-like texture, soils that give a little more volume. There's also a high percentage of Treixadura and an east-facing exposition that provides good ripeness. They try to tame that natural power, as they are looking for tension in a place that would naturally deliver more volume, so they decided to ferment the Treixadura in stainless steel. It has great finesse and elegance; it's floral and has a fresh palate with very good acidity. 2,745 bottles produced. Drink: 2019-2024. (Feb 2019)"
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||90% Treixadura and 10% Albariño