A Coroa has only been around 10 years, but is already considered the benchmark of what well-made, unadultered Godello can be. The last vintage was the top pick with a three star rating in the recent New York Times article on Godello, they describe this as, "clean, fresh and inviting, with deep, rich mineral and fruit flavors that were ripe and savory and a texture that made you want to keep sipping. This wine did not merely represent potential; it was potential realized." They on to write that it is "deep, savory & distinctive, with a succulet lip-smacking texture & tropical fruit flavors." 91 points IWC, "Lemon zest, green apple, white flowers and fennel on the mineral-accented nose. Dry and incisive, offering intense citrus fruit and honeysuckle flavors and a subtle herbal quality. Dry and precise on the minerally finish."