Pazo de Señorans Seleccion de Añada # 2005

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This expresses a unique depiction of Albariño with lees contact and age, offering complexity from a grape that so oft...

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Due to Pazo de Se¤orans's winemaker Mariol Bueno's tireless effort in promoting the wines of the region, R¡as Baixas gained their DO status in 1992... Read more

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07/12/2007

Due to Pazo de Se¤orans's winemaker Mariol Bueno's tireless effort in promoting the wines of the region, R¡as Baixas gained their DO status in 1992. This is true Albari¤o at its best. Slightly saline, with crisp honeysuckle and citrus notes, pair this wine with spicy seafood tapas for a gratifying experience.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Pazo de Señorans, built in fourteenth century, is a great example of a traditional manor house in Galicia. In 1975, Javier Mareque and Marisol Bueno acquired the estate, which was planted with Albariño vines. They took up the challenge of producing their own wine, starting with the 1990 vintage. Today, its wines are renowned for their quality, the result of a careful grape selection and an exemplary vineyard management policy by Marisol Bueno, former president of the Rías Baixas regulatory body.

Tasting Notes:

This expresses a unique depiction of Albariño with lees contact and age, offering complexity from a grape that so often is celebrated only for its tartness and minerality. The aged character shows up in an apparent dessication of the fruit flavors: lemons morph into dried lemons; mangoes become dried mango chips; yellow apples are now bruised, dried, and concentrated.

Pazo de Señorans, built in fourteenth century, is a great example of a traditional manor house in Galicia. In 1975, Javier Mareque and Marisol Bueno acquired the estate, which was planted with Albariño vines. They took up the challenge of producing their own wine, starting with the 1990 vintage. Today, its wines are renowned for their quality, the result of a careful grape selection and an exemplary vineyard management policy by Marisol Bueno, former president of the Rías Baixas regulatory body.

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20000 bottles produced.

Aged 38 months in Steel.

Notes: 38 months in stainless steel tanks

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Alcohol: 12.5%

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