2017 Pazo das Bruxas

Miguel Torres (Rias Baixas)


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Miguel Torres elaborates this 2017 Pazo das Bruxas ($11.15), a white wine from the region of Rias Baixas with the best albariño grapes from the 2017 vintage and comes with an alcohol content of 12.5%. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this white according to Drinks&Co users and has also peñín: 90.

Technical sheet · Pazo das Bruxas

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
Appellation:Rias Baixas (Galicia,Spain)
Winery: Miguel Torres
Volume: 75cl
Score: GP90
Grapes: Albariño
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 12.5%

Description · Miguel Torres

2017 Pazo das Bruxas (Albariño)

TASTING NOTES Pazo das Bruxas 2017:

  • View: straw, clean and brilliant yellow.
  • Nose: intense, fruity aromas, green apple, citrus notes, lemon peel, hay and mineral notes.
  • Mouth: fresh, sweet, soft, long finish and elegant.


BODEGA: Miguel Torres

GRAPES: Albariño.

WINE PAIRING: appetizers, seafood, crustaceans, molluscs, white fish, fresh cheeses and goat cheese.



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Highlighted review about 2017 Pazo das Bruxas

Blanco & Gomez  Wine Merchants INT

Posted on at 17.24


Bodegas Torres Pazo das Bruxas Albariño 2017

In old country houses known as 'pazos, ' surrounded by forests and vineyards, Galician witches conjured up spirits through magic and dance. And so the sap, the lifeblood, coursed through the vines, filling them with vitality. Like the Albari-o grapes that give birth to this wine.

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Posted on at 11.46

4 /5

Pazo das Bruxas Albarino 2017

A shiny Bright Gold produces an elegant, aromatic intense and at the same time flawless, very clear bouquet of green apples and Zitrusfruechten, lined with fine slightly grassy notes in nose. On the palate, the white wine is fresh and fruity aromas of apples already erschnupperten and Zitrusfruechten, very elegant, with good length in the final. Goes with grilled seafood, white fish and also young goat cheese.
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Posted on at 03.44

4 /5

Pazo das Bruxas 2017

"In the manors surrounded by woods and vineyards, Galicia bruxas conjuring the spirits with dances and incantations. So the sap rose by strains, feeding them with their energy. As albariño grapes that give life a Pazo das Bruxas."
ORIGIN: D. O. Rías Baixas.
BODEGA: Miguel Torres, S. A.
Bodegas Torres first wine produced in Galicia. Albariño highly aromatic, fresh, sweet and gentle intensity that perfectly expresses the varietal character of the grape known Rias Baixas.
Varieties: Albariño
Graduation: 12. 5th
Serving temperature: 11 to 12ºC

Posted on at 03.58

4 /5

Pazo das Bruxas 2017

- Color: shiny light gold Nose: elegant, aromatic intense, yet flawless, very clear bouquet of green apples and citrus fruits, lined with fine slightly grassy notes Taste: the palate fresh and fragrant with racy acidity and the already erschnupperten fruity aromas of apples and citrus fruits very elegant with good length in the final allergens: contains sulfites

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Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Pazo das Bruxas 2013

Juan Manuel Gonzalvo
Juan Manuel Gonzalvo


Peach, floral, fresh, light, friendly.

Reviews about Pazo das Bruxas 2016

Jme Mota Edreira
Jme Mota Edreira


but not too good

Reviews about Pazo das Bruxas 2018

Tara Taylor
Tara Taylor


TASTING NOTES:View: bright yellow, greenish hue.Nose: High aromatic intensity, notes of white flowers, citrus and white peach.Mouth: easy, gluttonous, hedonistic entrance with frank acidity. long finish.APPELLATION: Rias Baixas.GRAPES: Albariño.AGEING: 10 months of which 50% of the wine was fermented and aged in new barrels of French and American oak for 8 months.PAIRING: as an appetizer, seafood raw, cooked and grilled, soft white fish and goat cheese Uncured.RIGHT SERVING TEMPERATURE: 7 °CALCOHOL: 12%