£14.45/ 0.75 L btl
The Paco & Lola Albariño is a wine which has enjoyed success on the market since it first appeared, thanks to its easily definable aromas and its clear-cut rendition. This is an Albariño with an amazing nose, fresh and delightful, which offers a most pleasurable and cosmopolitan portrayal of the Atlantic climate from the idyllic Val do Salnés.
What does this wine taste like?
Drinking and storing
Aperitifs / Spicy fish / Vegetable rice dishes / Sushi
Ratings and awards
|2016||16.5 JR||91 PN|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Jancis Robinson
Good value, will buy again.
A really punchy white wine to partner spicy seafood dishes.
Albariño wines from Rias Baixas have become ever more popular in the UK over recent years, and this beauty from Paco & Lola is one of the best that I've tried. Fresh and zesty on the palate, it also has more subtlety of flavour that many of its competitors. Great as an aperitif in summer and as an accompaniment to fish dishes.
fresh & crisp
Easy drinking, enjoy this either with or without food. Having visited Rias Baixas some time ago & loving both the region & the wine, I think it difficult to find better value for money than this wine.
Good Albariño at a reasonable price.
This wine is very good value from Vinissimus. A good all round Albariño! The service from Vinissimus is really quick bearing in mind the wine comes from Spain
A very tasty easy drinking vine
Medium bodied Albarino . Apricot, lemon/citrus ,interesting aromatic intence goes to some herbs or flowers. Can be used also as an excellent aperitive
The free-run juice, obtained from the first light pressing of the de-stemmed grapes, fermented in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 16 ºC for 21 days and remained on its fine lees, without any stirring, until its stabilisation, light filtration and subsequent bottling.
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Surface area||200.00 hectares|
Bodegas y Viñedos Paco & Lola
Bodegas y Viñedos Paco & Lola is steeped in the celebrated wine-making traditions of the Rías Baixas, which are intrinsic to this part of the country. It continually endeavours to portray the personality of its vineyards by producing rich, rewarding wines. The winery is located in the heart of Salnés and was founded in 2006 under the guidance of David Martínez Álvarez, with production divided between two brands, Paco & Lola Albariño and Rosalia de Castro itself. It currently...