Pazo de San Mauro, one of the most historic European wineries, was built in 1591. Located in the Condado de Tea region of Rias Baixas, the estate owned vineyards are planted in terraces, forming a natural amphitheater, which slope down to reach the banks of the river Miño. The vineyards extend on rolling banks of the river Miño, creating a natural amphitheater and bathed in extraordinary sunlight during the midday hours.
The vines are planted on trellises so that the fruit, of very restricted production, grows in optimum conditions, reaching its peak quality.
An albariño pronounced on the nose, denoting a strong varietal character. Very aromatic. Very fruity on the palate with citric, floral and nutty notes. Long and intense finish.