Pazo Señorans Albariño 2019

Best Spanish wine

  • Year 2019
  • Appellation

    D.O. Rías Baixas

  • Vine Age

    > 35 Years Old

  • Time in Bottle

    Minimum 5 months

  • Grape variety


  • Winemaker Ana I. Quintela

VAT included


65 Iberia Wine Club

Wine description

Pazo de Señorans is a typical Galicia country house with class. Due to its genuineness, it represents a combination of the stone house and gardening located in the perfect place for a photo. Due to its class, it is the most accurate example of an old Galicia noble mansion converted into property in Bordeaux Chateaux style. Its rigour and originality are given by its owner, Marisol Bueno, who, together with her husband, Javier Mareque, has been able to give a personal touch to the property turning it into the most charming vineyard in Rías Baixas Appellation of Origin. If one were to remember the three best Albariño Galician brands, one of them would be Pazo de Señorans. All these conditions make it almost impossible to avoid a unique wine creation, which Albariño, indeed, is.

Pazo de Señorans White Wine is born on vineyards plots with an approximate age of 30 years, located 5 kilometers from the winery and 8 kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean. The soils of the vineyards are granite and sandy and cover a 12-hectare area, taking advantage of such a moderate Atlantic climate.

This wine is made with 100% Albariño. The grape was harvested by hand with selection in the very vineyard and there the grapes that did not meet the right conditions were discarded. It was transported in small plastic boxes to the wine cellar and then underwent clusters film maceration prior to its fermentation in order to get more aromas and a stronger character, followed by controlled alcoholic fermentation at 16 degrees. The wine was kept for 4 months with its fine lees to obtain the necessary volume, balanced with its acidity. After 4 months of bottling it is ready to be presented to the market.