Appearance: Presents a cream color reminiscent of coffee with milk.
Bouquet: Sweet and delicate aroma that presents a note of toffee and vanilla.
Palate: Sweet, unctuous in the mouth, dominating the alcohol point. Long aftertaste.
In the 1980s, the Padín-Garrido family started a small business project to commercialize Albariño wine in the growing regional market, with the knowledge and experience accumulated over the years producing its own artisan wine. Galicia has a long wine-growing tradition that was popularized by the Romans with the cultivation of the vine, and later, the Camino de Santiago influenced the production techniques. Thus, despite having exported these wines to half of Europe since the end of the Middle Ages, for centuries, Galicians had the privilege of enjoying one of the most appreciated white wines in the world. In 1980, the Albariño Specific Denomination was established, but Spain’s entry into the EU forced the creation of the Rias Baixas Denomination of Origin at the end of the decade, and there began the successful path that Albariño Rias Baixas wine has travelled, positioning itself in a short time among the best wines in the world. In turn, this marks the turning point so that, in 1989, the company of Manuel Padín and Carmen Garrido was transformed into Bodegas Pablo Padín, allowing the family project to be provided with a better infrastructure and to implement the latest technology, which together with a great team of professionals, make it possible to produce some of the Rias Baixas wines most recognized by prestigious international competitions and specialized critics. Close to its 25th anniversary, Bodegas Pablo Padín maintains all the enthusiasm and vitality to continue improving in order to captivate and surprise all those who uncork their wines and grape marcs.