White Spanish wines made with Albariño grapes, typically from DO Rías Baixas in Galicia, have been enjoying an ever-increasing popularity abroad for many years now. These crisp, aromatic and elegant wines are also extremely valued here in Spain, and therefore it’s no surprise that the most recent edition of the venerated Spanish wine guide Guía Peñín 2015 has awarded Pazo Señorans Selección de Añada 2007 with 98 points, making it the top white wine in Spain right now according to this guide.
Made exclusively from 100% Albariño grapes from forty-five-year-0ld vines from a single pago or plantation, this wine is aged for thirty months on its lees and in the bottle for over a year.
And the best part? You can find Pazo de Señorans wines in different corners of the globe, making it easy to enjoy a taste of Spanish Albariño and DO Rías Baixas wherever you are.