Spanish Godello is a white wine grape variety predominantly grown in the northwestern regions of Spain, particularly in Valdeorras and Bierzo. After nearly disappearing in the mid-20th century, Godello has seen a resurgence thanks to dedicated winemakers in these areas. The wines produced from this grape are often characterised by their minerality and a fine balance between richness and acidity. They typically showcase flavours of citrus and stone fruits, accompanied by floral or herbaceous notes. Some Godello wines, especially those aged on their lees or in oak, can also offer a creamy texture and subtle hints of vanilla or toast. If you’re a fan of balanced, complex white wines with a mix of fruit and mineral characteristics, Spanish Godello could be a rewarding choice for you.