Wine "Paco & Lola", Rias Baixas DO, 2017
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Reviews of purchase "Paco & Lola", Rias Baixas DO, 2017
The wine is pure straw-yellow color with golden and greenish reflections.
Clean, elegant, well-structured taste wine shows enticing exotic notes of pineapple and mango, refreshing citrus tones, worse mineral accents. Silky and, at the same time, rich taste completes a long, rounded finish with spicy bitterness.
Complex aroma of wine is characterized by high intensity. Notes of lemon, lime, grapefruit, green apple stand out shades of white acacia flowers, orange, basil and other aromatic herbs.
The wine matches perfectly with snacks, seafood, sushi, pasta, fish, rice, white meat.
Wine "Paco & Lola" - the flagship position of the homonymous winery. Precisely because of this guilt it seems Manufacturer and created the image of an entire country on the world market. Traditional for the Rías Baixas Albariño grape variety ripens in the mild climate in the fertile soil in the Salnés Valley. Grapes with a 20-year-old vines grown in some of the best terroirs, is a unique blend of wine "Paco & Lola". After pressing, the wort is fermented in a stainless steel tank at a controlled temperature of 16 ° C for 21 days. The wine matures on the fine lees, filtered and bottled.
Only in 2014 the wine "Paco & Lola", in 2013 became the owner of 5 silver medals received at competitions "Concurso Nacional de Vinos", " International Wine Competition", "International Challenge", "Decanter Asia Wine Awards", "Concours Mondial Bruxelles "and the gold medal at the" International Wine Guide ".
Since the establishment of the winery "Paco & Lola" adheres to organic farming methods, minimizing the use of chemical fertilizers and acting in the framework of an environmental management system. This is confirmed by certificates of BRC (British Retail Consortium) and IFS (International Food Standard), ensuring the quality and safety of all products.
Besides high quality wines "Paco & Lola" different positive recognizable design of its labels in peas. The desire to go beyond, not to be like everyone else, to overcome stereotypes allowed in a short time to earn the favor of wine gourmets around the world.