“Food-friendly pour will surely inspire a sense of plenty (this Thanksgiving)” – Boston Globe

Abadia da Cova, Ribeira Sacra, A Fuga White 2018-
“Spark joy at Thanksgiving with these $20-and-under wines”
– Ellen Bhang, Globe Correspondent
“Whether you plan to feast with a quarantine pod, or tuck into a repast for one or two, these food-friendly pours will surely inspire a sense of plenty.
Abadía da Cova “A Fuga” Ribeira Sacra 2018
Ignacio “Nacho” Alvarez, former head winemaker of powerhouse Spanish importer Jorge Ordóñez Selections, is now exercising his formidable talents on a range of projects. That includes Adegas Moure, a family winery in Ribeira Sacra, in Spain’s verdant northwest, which produces Abadía da Cova wines. One particular white — a polished blend of albariño, godello, and treixadura — is waterfall- fresh, with citrus blossoms on the nose. Its palate expresses ripe yellow fruit, bright acid, and a hint of saline. Even the wine’s name is well-suited to our times: “A Fuga” translates to “escape,” conjuring notions of going off the grid to seek a peaceful refuge. 13 percent alcohol by volume (ABV). $18-$20.”