Pazo Senorans Albarino
Pazo Senorans Albarino
Case Size 6x 75cl In Bond £ / case 
Availability In Stock 5 Cases Duty Paid £112 / case 
Year 2017
Colour White Wine
Producer Pazo Senorans
Region Rias Baixas Galicia
Country Spain
Rating 90/100 (RP)

Tasting Notes:

Pazo de Senorans is considered one of the handful of top estates in Rias-Baixas and has consistently produced some of the best Albarinos that money can buy. Their old-vine cuvées are especially good. This is a less-expensive cuvée that is 100% Albarino, aged four months in stainless-steel tanks. What tends to separate Pazo de Senorans from the herd is the fact that the yields are relatively modest at 25-30 hectoliters per hectare, and the estate has some of the older vines in the region, all planted in slate and gravel. This crisp, elegant 2014 Albarino offers up notes of apricot, honeysuckle and a touch of peach. The flavor profile then moves toward tropical fruits like mango, but never loses that wonderful floral intensity. It’s medium-bodied and shows beautiful purity, crisp acids and a zesty, very fresh, lively finish with a hint of minerality. Drink over the next 1-2 years. eRobertParker.com #Interim - July 2015. Robert M. Parker, Jr. 90 points.

2014 Pazo Senorans Albarino White Wine
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Pazo Senorans Rias Baixas Galicia Stocklist
  Year Name Case Score IB £ DP £ Status Qty
2017 Pazo Senorans Albarino 6x 75cl 90/100 112 In Stock 5
2009 Pazo Senorans Albarino Seleccion Anada 6x 75cl 93/100 270 In Stock 3

Pazo Senorans, Rias Baixas

In 1979, Marisol Bueno and her husband Javier Mareque acquired an estate planted with kiwi trees and Albariño vines. The house had a winery, which incited the couple to take up the challenge of producing their own wine.

At this stage they were learning the vine-growing ropes, with a little help from Marisol’s background in biology and a local cellar-master who was in charge of the wine-making. Later on, they wondered whether to join the local wine co-operative, but in the end they went their own way and set up as independent producers. The approach at that time was more one of a small, confidential winery, even though the surface area was in fact quite big, which enabled them to produce grapes not only for their own production, but also for other wineries. The wine-making techniques were very simple: the grapes were pressed, the wine was put into cask and in March it was sold in bulk.

Pazo Senorans, Rias Baixas

Later, Marisol, a tenacious and determined woman, set her sights higher and determined to make her own white wine that would be sold in bottle, an aim she first achieved with the 1990 vintage. Her unshakeable confidence in the terroir of her area made up for her lack of experience in the world of business and wine. Rising resolutely to the challenge, Marisol launched the new Pazo de Señoráns venture with a production of seven thousand bottles, which in later years increased to ten thousand. Her belief in success, her tenacity, and her love for Albariño wines led her to become the President of the Rias Baixas Regulating Board at the end of 1986.

Pazo Senorans Rias Baixas Galicia

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