Pazo de Rubianes, Albariño, 2021

170,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,3 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
James Suckling

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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, 2021

Immerse yourself in the pleasure of a top-tier Albariño from Pazo de Rubianes, a winery rich in history and tradition. Nestled in the heart of the Rías Baixas DO in Galicia, Spain, this estate is renowned for its white wines, especially those made from the Albariño grape.

Pazo de Rubianes has roots tracing back to the 15th century, housing a stunning manor house, or pazo, a Galician palace, at its heart. Set amidst lush vineyards and a diverse botanical garden, this estate is a beacon of cultural heritage and natural beauty.

The Albariño grape, a white variety native to the region, flourishes in the cool, coastal climate of Rías Baixas. Wines produced from this variety are known for their freshness, high acidity, and aromatic complexity, boasting flavors of peach, apricot, melon, pineapple, and green apple, with a unique saline minerality imparted by the coastal terroir.

At Pazo de Rubianes, the winemaking process is a harmonious blend of time-honored tradition and contemporary techniques. The winery emphasizes sustainable viticulture, preserving the health and biodiversity of the vineyards while creating wines of exceptional quality.

Beyond its winemaking, Pazo de Rubianes serves as a popular destination for wine enthusiasts, offering tours of the historic pazo, scenic walks through the beautiful gardens, and, of course, the opportunity to taste their exquisite wines.

About the 2021 Albariño:

The grapes for this wine are sourced from the estate's high trellis zone and are processed within three hours of harvest to preserve their quality. After a period of cold maceration, fermentation occurs in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperature conditions. Following fermentation, the wine is aged on its lees, then undergoes cold stabilization before being bottled. This meticulous process, spanning 8 to 10 months, ensures optimal and enduring enjoyment of this Albariño's crisp, fresh character and complex flavor profile.

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