£16.60/ 0.75 L btl
Pazo Señorans, a classic Albariño wine embodying the variety's qualities and the elegance of the Salnés Valley's sandy soils. The aromas and freshness of this splendid white wine express the closeness of the sea and the wonderful xabre soils so typical of the Rias Baixas area. This special sandy soil made from decomposed granite thanks to the high level of dampness in the region brings hints of minerals and floral notes to the wine.
What does this wine taste like?
With a medium level of intensity and a strong varietal character, Pazo de Señorans is a keen and lively wine in its youth. Timid and austere in its early years like the sea breeze and mineral waters so abundant in the region, it gains in complexity over the years. A combination of varietal notes of white fruit and flowers delight alongside freshly-cut grass, and subtle herbal and citrus hints.
A pleasant and smooth mouthfeel with a well-defined volume stretching from its entry to the retronasal aromas. Its most elegant vintages create almost ethereal wines in a wonderful expression of purity and elegance. A harmonious and gentle wine with freshness, a good degree of depth, mineral sensations and a dry finish.
Ratings and awards
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
Textbook unoaked Albarino from (arguably) the best producer in the region. Well balanced with good purity of orchard and tropical fruit and decent length. Improves after 12-24 months in the cellar.
I have recently bought and drunk some wines from Rias Baixas, some I found a little too sharp and unrefined, however this was by far the best, with ripe peach and softer balanced after taste.
A top Albarino
Dry citrus flavour. Very smooth and elegant, plenty of finesse with a hint of minerality. Have drank Alvarinho from this vineyard over the years and it never disappoints.
A wine for Atlantic fish
Delightfully crisp and citrusy, a good example of the fresh and aromatic Alvarniho grape. Good with Atlantic fish and excellent with grilled sardines.
Albarino at its best
Flavours of peach & pear with a dry citrus finish, this wine is just as good as an aperitif as it is as an accompaniment to seafood.
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Pazo de Señorans
Soledad (Marisol) Bueno and Javier Mareque are the owners of this bodega, the origins of which lie firmly within the historic building proudly presented on the labels of their Albariños and spirits.