Paco & Lola, a modern interpretation of albariño

100% Albariño 12.5% vol. Color: Straw yellow with greenish, bright and clear tones. Nose: Medium-high, citric notes (grapefruit and lime) and white flowers, acacia and orange blossom, with a sweet tropical background, intense aroma of lychees. Palate: Fresh, citric, intense and fruity mouth. Elegant, slightly bitter finish.

Ideal paring with appetizers, sushi, pasta, fish, rice, white meats and seafood. Serving temperature: 8 – 10 °C.

Paco & Lola grabs your attention with his bottle dressed in polka dots and attractive packaging, which earned him the silver medal in the Packaging Design 2008 contest held under the big event Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition. This award is one of the reasons -along its quality, no doubt that 60% of its production is sold on the international market. Its main destination is the United States, where it has a presence in more than 40 states, and is exported to more than 20 countries, such as Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Canada, Brazil, Norway, China, Mexico, the Netherlands, Australia, or as stand their creators on the website of the brand.

This magnificent albariño, totally in vogue, is owned by the Cooperative Wine Arousana, composed of 430 members, whose winery, named after the great poet and Galician novelist of the nineteenth century (another sign of good taste), is located pontevedrés in the Valley Salnés.


It has about 200 hectares, approximately albariño grape vineyard with an average age of 20 years..Appellation of Origin: Rías Baixas; Subzone: Val do Salnés; Sustainable production. Made from free run must of selected grapes from our best vineyards.

The vineyards are grown on sandy loam soils, granitic and slightly acidic. Fermentation in stainless steel at 16 ° C for 21 days, remaining on its fine lees until the stabilization and bottling.


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