From the misty shores of Galicia hails Pazo Señorans, the fourth domain represented live on our Bacchus terrace this Sunday and Monday. Founded by Marisol Bueno, architect and former president of the Rias Baixas appellation, Pazo Señorans is one of the top producers of Albariño wine. Their house style is based on late-harvested grapes from pergola-trained, ocean-kissed vines, grown on unique ‘xabre’ (granite) soils.
Pazo Señorans Orujo de Galicia
Distillation: Leftover pomace of hand-harvested, destemmed Albarino grapes is distilled twice over open flame in traditional copper stills. It is then stored in stainless steel tanks and bottled at 41% alcohol.
Character: Orujo is the Spanish equivalent of Grappa, and a great way to showcase the quality of the grapes (and the craft of the distiller). With this Oruja de Galicia Pazo Señorans has captured the profile of Albarino beautifully, its botanical and maritime aromas framed in a smooth, fresh and easy-drinking spirit. Delicious digestif