2020 is a very good vintage for whites too, even if the 2020 El Castro de Valtuille Godello has 1% more alcohol than the 2019 and is a little rounder. In 2020 they stopped doing any maceration and did a direct pressing of the destemmed grapes, so the wines are going to be a bit lighter than in the past. They don't do rackings or stir the lees, and they don't use any yeasts or oenological products. It's more Burgundian and more textured, with depth and complexity. 6,300 bottles produced. It was bottled in November 2021, three weeks before I tasted it, and the wine felt a bit tight but quite sound and serious.