Pazo de Rubianes, 1411, 2020

255,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,3 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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Pazo de Rubianes Winery

Steeped in history and tradition, the Pazo de Rubianes Winery is a testament to the timeless allure of artisanal winemaking. Nestled in the heart of the Pazo de Rubianes, the winery's roots can be traced back to the 15th century, where grapes were hand-crushed and pressed, heralding the start of a completely artisanal winemaking process. In the wake of the phylloxera plague, the vineyard gradually faded from the estate. However, under the stewardship of the eighteenth Lord of the House of Rubianes, Don Gonzalo Ozores de Urcola, the vineyard was reborn in the nineties of the last century. Starting with a modest 6 hectares, the vineyard has blossomed to cover a sprawling 25 hectares today. The Pazo de Rubianes Winery is a testament to the resilience and innovation of its founders. Its wines are the result of a harmonious blend of traditional and modern winemaking techniques, reflecting the rich history and unique terroir of the estate. Each bottle encapsulates the spirit and dedication of the people who have nurtured the vineyard back to life, promising a wine experience that is as rich and captivating as its history.

Pazo de Rubianes, Albariño, 2020

Explore the realm of Albariño wines with this offering from the renowned Pazo de Rubianes winery. This wine boasts a high-value offering from a producer with a history dating back to the 15th century.

Pazo de Rubianes, located in the Rías Baixas DO in the Galicia region of Spain, is more than just a winery. It is a historic estate home to a traditional Galician palace, vineyards, and a breathtaking botanical garden showcasing hundreds of camellia species. This combination of cultural and natural richness makes it a popular destination for wine enthusiasts and tourists alike.

The Albariño grape, a white variety native to the region, flourishes in the cool, coastal climate of Rías Baixas. Wines produced from Albariño are fresh, crisp, and aromatic, characterized by high acidity and a flavor profile ranging from peach and apricot to melon, pineapple, and green apple. A distinctive saline minerality is also present, a testament to the region's coastal influence.

At Pazo de Rubianes, traditional winemaking practices are combined with modern techniques. There is a strong emphasis on maintaining the health and biodiversity of the vineyards, ensuring the production of high-quality wines.

The wine production process involves a cold maceration of the whole grapes. Only the run juice from the macerator’s bleeding is used, which is then fermented at a low temperature for a period of 5 weeks. The wine is then transferred to a 1500 L tank designated exclusively for this wine, where it ages with its lees for 6 months. After the aging process, the lees are removed, and the wine remains in the same tank until it is bottled just before the following year's harvest.

With an alcohol level of 13%, this 2020 Albariño from Pazo de Rubianes is a delightful offering that has received acclaim from wine critics, scoring 91 points from James Suckling and 90 points from Wine Enthusiast.

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