Pazo Señorans, Albariño
“Rias Baixas” may not be easy to pronounce (it’s “ree-yassby-shass, BTW!), but this Albariñois all too easy to drink! Light in colour and big on aroma, the nose here is all fresh citrus fruits, white flowers and stony minerality. In the mouth it’s zesty, bone dry and minerally, meaning you’ll be back for more (and more, and more). Good thing this comes in magnum!
- 100% Albariño
WHAT IT GOES WITH
The wine comes from the rugged Galician coast, so pair it accordingly with the freshest piece of seafood you can get your hands on. It’s on point with virtually any sushi or a mixed platter of fresh oysters, prawns and crab claws.
With wines like this one from Pazo Señorans, there’s little wonder why Albariño from Rias Baixas is one of the trendiest wines in the world these days. Pazo Señoranshas a 29-hectare vineyard and has long worked with some of the best growers in this humid, coastal region. Grapes, whether from the estate’s own vineyard or those of its partners, are picked by hand and meticulously selected before fermentation in stainless steel and a generous lees ageing giving some real texture and character to the finished wine.