Bodegas Terras Gauda makes some of Spain's best white wines. The entry-level Abadía de San Campio, from their cooler and higher-altitude vineyards in Goián on slate soils, is given a cold soak and then cold-fermented in stainless steel. It is bottled early to preserve freshness and is approachable, aromatic, and a classic Rosal white with some balsamic aromas (bay leaf?) and notes of herbs. The palate is quite gentle and round, with refreshing acidity and will benefit from food. Bottled at 12.5% alcohol with some 3.5 grams of sugar (not enough to make it taste sweet, but enough to soften the texture and brighten the fruit), it is transparent, bright, unoaked, and fruit-driven with ripe apricot flavor and good acidity.