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Characteristics of Pazo Señorans Selección Añada
Pazo de Señorans Selección de Añada is a white wine produced in the D.O. Rias Baixas by the Pazo de Señorans winery.
It is probably one of the best wines made from Albariño grapes.
The grapes used for the production of Pazo de Señorans Selección de Añada come from old vines over 45 years old planted following the trellis system, so that the plant is protected from the soil moisture and has a great leaf surface area exposed to the sun.
The vineyard is planted about 300 meters above sea level, on poor sandy soil of decomposition of granite. The climate is an Atlantic climate, with mild temperatures and abundant rainfall.
The harvest is done manually in small plastic boxes that ensure an excellent condition of the grapes during their arrival at the winery. It undergoes a peculiar maceration of the grapes in order to obtain all the aromas before the fermentation, which takes place in stainless steel deposits at a controlled temperature of 18°C.
After the fermentation is completed, Pazo de Señorans Selección de Añada is aged on its lees in stainless steel deposits for 30 months. Once bottled, it rests for at least 12 months before coming out on the market.
A wonderful albariño wine, ready to be consumed now or to be kept for the next 5 years, in which it will evolve in a very positive way.
Serve at 10ºC
Poultry, Foie mi-cuit, Blue fish, Grilled seafood, Oysters, White fish in sauce, Baked white fish, Cod, Raw seafood
SightStraw yellow colour with some greenish hues. Clean, bright and with a great intensity.NoseGood aromatic intensity. Mixture of aromas of fruits with pit such as peaches and medlars along with hints from the ageing and mineral notes.TasteIn the mouth, Pazo de Señorans Selección Añada is a sublime wine. With plenty of volume, fresh, tasty, powerful, fleshy. It is extremely unctuous. Notes of white fruit, citrus fruit and certain herbal touches. Great acidity and a long mid-palate with an interesting bitter note. Very persistent.
SightBeautiful and pale golden yellow colour with greenish reflections and steely edge. Clean and very bright. Abundant tear.NoseVarietal aromas stand out with reminiscences of ripe apple, fruits with pit such as the peach, medlar with very powerful mineral notes, well-integrated in the whole. Floral reminiscences, white flowers, citric nuances and refreshing herbaceous hints complete a clean, expressive and high-intensity nose.TasteTremendous! Full-bodied wine, very very long. It fills the mouth with a tasty and fleshy unctuosity, powerful, with a plenty of fruit accompanied by a marked acidity which will make it bigger over time. It is already very harmonious, with a great persistence, but it will even improve a lot over time.
SightNice yellow colour with greenish reflections. Bright and glyceric wine.NoseIntense, concentrated, elegant and seductive aromas which provide the wine with an attractive complexity. A range of fruity notes is displayed on a strong mineral background, along with lots of citrus and stone fruits, lychee and exotic fruits, which after a short time become more expressive and riper as some hints of baked apples appear. Very subtle and delicate floral aromas.TasteAn extremely wide wine! A very bulky and extremely long wine, which coats the mouth with a delicious smoothness and power aromas with lots of ripe fruit, accompanied by a balanced acidity. Very harmonious wine with a great persistence.
The Albariño grape is a spanish white variety with a strong floral and terpene character, ideal for producing not only young fresh and aromatic whites, but also (barrel) aged wines. Initially the DO. Rías Baixes was only seen as a region of great hope for Spanish whites, but it has managed to turn this hope into reality.
Pazo de Señorans is a winery from the D.O. Rias Baixas, one of the most prestigious wineries regarding the production of white wines made with Albariño grapes. They carry out a great job during the aging on lees in stainless steel deposits, a technique in which they pioneered in Spain, thus obtaining excellent wines with a great aging potential.