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Pazo Baión Albariño 2015 is a selected Albariño (white wine), a wine that has only 40.000 bottles available and which can be found in the market only starting in October, since it is a wine that has been maturing for 6 months over lees in deposits of stainless steel. After this time, an Albariño is developed and it will have a good evolution and will seduce through its aromatic complexity and fine and light passage through the mouth. But, aside from the quality, there is another reason to get a hold of a bottle of Pazo Baión Albariño 2015, and that is because it is a supportive wine, since 5% of the sales goes to social purposes. Do not doubt, taste this Albariño committed and special.
Elaboration of Pazo Baión Albariño 2015
Pazo Baión Albariño 2015 (Albariño)
- View: lemon yellow with golden highlights.
- Nose: intense varietal scent where floral aromas (orange blossom and jasmine) and other fruit with hints of citrus and tropical notes dominate.
- Palate: silky and elegant, displays its strong aromatic finesse without losing the taste young, fresh, mineral and enveloping. In the mouth it is a fresh taste, surround, mineral and very long, with a lingering, aromatic finish.
DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: Rias Baixas
VINEYARD: Albariño Baión
PREPARATION: manual harvest. alcoholic controlled in stainless steel tanks where they will remain on its lees between 6 and 8 months fermentation temperature.
WINE PAIRING: Cuisine, Japanese Cuisine, Starters, Cheese, Goat Cheese, cheese curds, Rice, Paella, Risotto, Seafood, Prawns, Pasta, Fresh pasta
TEMPERATURE: 6-8 ° C
Alcohol content: 13%
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Reviews of Pazo Baión Albariño 2015
Much better the quality than the price.
I had the pleasure of taking Albariño Pazo Baion 2012 with a barbecue.
A great wine.
Albariño Pazo Baion 2012
Light, dry, easy and pleasant to drink.
Food pairing: elegant presentation. Ideal with all types of seafood, either steamed or grilled (scallops, shrimp, lobster, sea urchins, prawns, razor clams, crabs, oysters, barnacles ...).
It also combines well with all kinds of fish in general, whether grilled or baked, such as a baked turbot with vegetables.
Excellent with Galician octopus.