- Salon Peñin will take place on 23 and 24 of October at Ifema’s Pavilion 2 in Madrid
Nora da Neve 2015, the barrel-fermented Albariño made at Viña Nora, has obtained 93 points in the recently published Guía Peñin 2018, the results of which will be officially presented on 23 and 24 October at the 17th edition of the Salón de los mejores vinos de España in Madrid (Ifema’s Pavilion 2). The Guide will categorise as Unique wines those that obtain 93 or 94 points; therefore, Nora da Neve has obtained this distinction, maintaining the rating it has obtained in recent years.
Nora da Neve is the best-rated wine made by Viña Nora, and it maintains its commitment towards quality, which has been recognised by national and international consumer motivators and has recently been awarded the silver medal at the Decanter world wine awards. The 2014 vintage merited the gold medal at the Mundus Vini International Awards, which took place in Germany.
On the other hand, Nora, which is also made at this bodega, has obtained 90 points, maintaining the quality it has produced in recent years. Nora is a varietal, seductive, complex and delicate wine that expresses the essence of Condado Do Tea, which is a subregion in the Rías Baixas in which it is made.
Bodegas Viña Nora is located at the heart of the winemaking region of Condado do Tea, which is bordering Portugal and is the only inland region out of the four that comprise Rías Baixas.
This location is unique with granite soils rich in cobbles and a significantly lower rainfall than the average experienced in the area. This favours an earlier maturation and harvest, enabling us to extract the variety’s entire potential and providing the wine with an absolute expression of the land and its landscape.