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Light to medium bodied wines that are high in acid and light to medium fruit. Typically no oak.
Light to medium bodied wines with lots of juicy fruit, typically medium acid and medium oak.
Full bodied wines that have typically undergone malo-lactic fermentation and/or spent time in oak.
Pazo Galegos, pale yellow, with apple aromas and hints of pear, with subtle anise and herbal notes adding complexity. On the palate fleshy and broad but quickly tightens up persistent and expressive; well balanced. Its finish is delicate and long. Pazo Galegos is fermented with its own natural yeast at cool temperatures undergoing maceration (skins in contact with its juice) for 6 hours prior to fermentation.
"The Pazo de Galegos estate is located in the interior of Rias Baixas (most producers are on the coast) giving more consistent weather. The 2007 Albariño was sourced from 26-year-old vines and raised in stainless steel with partial malolactic fermentation. Light gold-colored, it has an attractive perfume of lemon, orange peel, and mineral. Creamy, round, and balanced, it has very good acidity and a long, crisp finish. Drink it over the next 1-2 years."
The Wine Advocate
"Light green-gold. Ripe lime and pear on the nose, with subtle anise and herbal notes adding complexity. Enters the mouth fleshy and broad but quickly tightens up, offering taut lime and orchard fruit flavors with a nervy chalky undertone. Blends depth with briskness and finishes with smooth orange and yellow plum flavors. Impressively complex wine with the power to stand up to richer foods."
International Wine Cellar
Bodegas y Viñedos Pazo de Galegos was founded by Manuel García Gomez in 1989. Today they own 25 acres (10 Ha) of Albariño and Mencía grapes vines.
Pazo de Galegos is a distinct Albariño, revealing the true virtues of its unique terroir. The wines are fermented with the natural occurring yeasts from their own grapes. These Low yielding vines produce expressive concentrated wines. Pazo de Galegos
wines undergo partial malolactic fermentation, to achieve greater freshness and aromatic expression.
Just above the Portuguese border lies Rias Baixas, Spain's prominent white wine region. Situated in Galacia, the region is wet and rainy with some large temperature changes due to its proximity to the coast. The main grape of note here is Albarino, the white variety known for creating fragrant and fruity wines perfect for seafood. The bottles are easily...Read More About Rias Baixas
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