Pazo Barrantes 2017

Appellation: D.O. Rias Baixas
Grape: Albariño
Alcohol: 13%
Winery: Pazo de Barrantes
Volume: 75cl.

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Albariño Pazo Barrantes, white wine from Rias Baixas in Galicia

  • Type of Wine: White

  • Main grape variety: Albariño

  • Bodega: Pazo de Barrantes

  • Le Pazo de Barrantes is an white wine ideal to take with cheeses, fish and shellfish, canned fish, cream cheese and rice. Serve at 12ºC.

  • Albariño Pazo Barrantes is a white wine made with Albariño variety, from vineyards around the winery "Pazo Barrantes" in Salnés Valley, D.O. Rias Baixas (Pontevedra). The harvest took place between 9 and 21 September, by hand and in small boxes. Once at the winery the grapes once destemmed, gently and slowly pressed in a pneumatic press. Fermentation at a controlled temperature during 30 days in stainless steel. Subsequently, remained in contact with lees for 4 months. And after fermentation, continued at least 5 months in stainless steel tanks. Once bottled, remained at rest at least 2 months before being marketed. Alcohol: 13.5% vol. Tasting notes: Aromas and flavors of jasmine, lemon and tropical notes accompanied by lively acidity, a wide range of spicy notes. On the palate, intense feeling fruity, pleasant creaminess and freshness. and excellent balance.

  • The Pazo Barrantes wineries belong to the Cebrián-Sagarriga Suarez Llanos family. In 1991, he decides to start a new wine project in the Rias Baixas. They are installed in the Pazo de Barrantes a palace of the sixteenth century, owned by the family. Since 1996, it located in the Salnés Valley, with 12 hectares of Albariño planted around the manor. His sons, Vicente Cebrian-Sagarriga Dalmau and his sister Cristina, assume the continuity of the family project, endowing the cellar of the Rias Baixas the most modern tecnología.dotando to the cellar of the Rias Baixas of more modern technology. 

  • The Wine Advocate give 90-91 points Parker "In 2015, which they consider an almost perfect harvest, they have decided to release the wine slightly earlier. Some 25 year ago it was released in September, and most recently in June, and this 2015 will be released end of April/May. The nose is very expressive with grassy aromas and very balsamic, mixing bay leaf with waxy apples, a little minty, with hints of quince and some white pepper. The palate is quite unctuous, in their style, perhaps amplified by the exuberance of the year, while keeping the freshness and acidity. For comparison's sake I also sampled the 2012, which could be a similar vintage; it is evolving really nicely and gaining complexity. 95,000 bottles should be filled in April 2016."