Rías Baixas area is legendary13. Listopadu 2018
Rías Baixas is the Spanish Denominación de Origen (DO) for wines located in the province of Pontevedra and in the south of the province of Corunna in the autonomous region of Galicia in Spain. It is famous for its white wines made from the Albariño variety. Its headquarters are located in Pontevedra.
It was believed that the Albariño grapes were introduced to the area in the 12th century by the Cistercian monks of the Armenian monastery.
The so-called Rosalia and Condado have a long history of grape and wine production, boasting their own traditional styles. The Salnés sub-area has recently started producing Albariño wines for local sale in bars and restaurants.
Rías Baixas received the official status of Denominación de Origen (DO) in 1988. It replaced the "Denominación Específica Albariño" status, which was granted in 1980.
We returned to Pazo de Señoráns in time. Our winery, the old mansion, is a magnificent example of the houses of the Galician houses (XVI centuries) built in the countryside with all the spells and history of the past.
Pazo and the winery, originally owned by Marisol Bueno and Javier Mareque, are now in the hands of their four sons and daughters, Marisol, Vicky, Javier and Santiago, who began their viticulture career in 1989.
The origins of the name Pazo de Señoráns are legendary, but the true origin is so far all secrets.
The color of the wine is light yellow. The aroma is full of ripe fruit with a delicate touch of spices that will refresh you while giving a moment of surprise. On the palate will develop complex tastes and the fullness of this wine will appear. Wine is best enjoyed with seafood, but in combination with fine cheeses you will not make a mistake.
The fine, pale yellow wine full of flavor comes from the Pazo Señorans from DO Rías Baixas. The grapevine used to make this delicious wine comes from the lowlands near the sea, which affects the resulting grape taste as well as the clay subsoil. After manual grape harvesting, the maceration is done together with the peels and subsequent fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16 ° C. The wine matures for at least 5 months in the tanks and then for another 30 months in a bottle.
Delicious white wine made from the Albariño variety by the Pazo de Señorans winery. Probably the best wine made from this variety. The grapes come from vineyards over 45 years of age, 300 meters above sea level and with poor sandy soil. They are grown on trelage so they are protected from soil moisture and leaves can receive a lot of sun rays. The climate is atlantic with mild temperatures and large amounts of precipitation. The crop is harvested manually, fermentation takes place in stainless tanks at 18 ° C and maceration. Maturation takes place for 30 months in stainless steel yeast dances and then for another 12 months in a bottle.
This delicious wine has greenish reflections, it is bright and shiny with a deep and complex flavor, consisting of tones of ripe apple and pecans, such as peaches.
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