The one wine that is produced with a majority of Caíño Blanco with some 10% Albariño, 5% Loureiro and released after one and a half years in bottle is the 2013 La Mar. The grapes had a longer cold soak and the temperature of the fermentation was slightly higher. Caíño Blanco gives wines with more body and as the grapes have thicker skins, they try to extract more aromas.
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93 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING:
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