The Pazo Pegullal was built in the eighteenth century in Salceda de Caselas (Galicia).

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Surrounded by a monumental wall that surrounds its farm and presided over by a majestic access gate crowned with the coat of arms of the Correa, Mendoza, Quirós, Sarmiento and Sotomayor families. The vineyards are under the designation of origin Rías Baixas, one of the wettest and wettest wine regions in Spain. This Atlantic climate, together with the peculiarities of its grape and its careful preparation, provide the Albariño Pazo Pegullal with a characteristic flavour that seduces and envelops you.

Both the vineyards and the kiwi and olive groves follow the rules established by the Integrated Production, a system of agricultural production that integrates the resources and mechanisms of natural products in the activities of agricultural operations, introducing technologies that respect the environment.

They produce a very special wine, it is monovarietal from the vineyard that is on the hillside of the mount, where the sun is up all day. We collect the grapes by hand and the process is between 4 to 5 months on lees. It is limpid, shiny and very aromatic with notes of ripe fruits apricot, kiwis, kumquat, and subtle floral notes, orange blossom, magnolia. Very harmonious in perfect maturation, without excesses and persistent.

Pazo Pegullal has not yet exported to America but has recently assisted one of the most important fairs about wines in Europe to look for importers and distributors around the world, especially in America. They are present in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Costa Rica, Bahamas, Panama, and Mexico.

Their PAZO PEGULLAL 2017 has been awarded Gold by America Wines Paper.
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