Aba De Trausmia Albarino Vina Moraima 2015, which is a small wine cooperative that was established in 2006 in the council of Barro, which is registered under the Rias Baixas designation of origin. The distinctive aspect of Viña Moraima is that it is composed of wine producers, some of them based on century-old family traditions, who decided to get together to produce wine with the distinct character of the vineyards on the Salnés Valley slopes.
Building on an agricultural system of integrated and sustainable production, the cooperative has primarily invested in providing state of the art technical equipment for the winery in order to get the most out of the grape’s quality. As a result, this Albariño is packed full of delicious stone fruit aromas, and you can even taste the saltiness from the nearby ocean! Not the featherlight wine you associate with the label Albarino. This bad boy really comes with a character of its own!