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2017 Louro do Bolo

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2017 Other vintages
Appellation:Valdeorras (Galicia, Spain)
Winery: Rafael Palacios
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%
Rafael Palacios produces this 2017 Louro do Bolo ($172.50), a white wine from the region of Valdeorras from 2017 and has an alcoholic content of 14%. At Drinks&Co, this white wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Description of 2017 Louro do Bolo

2017 Louro do Bolo

Producer: Rafael Palacios

Appellation: Valdeorras

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The Winery

Rafael Palacios

Rafael Palacios

Rafael Palacios is the son of D. Jose Palacios Remondo (founder of Bodegas Palacios Remondo) and a passion for making white wines. After making his first target in the family winery, Plácet, decides to create his own winery in Galicia, in the Valley Bibei under the name of Valdeorras, where he finds some old vines godello, ideal for preparing its white refined which grows recovering traditional viticulture, without use of herbicides or synthetic treatments.

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Reviews of 2017 Louro do Bolo


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4 /5

The nose is full of peach, crunchy pear and soft minerality, while the palate is taut and saline. There's a citrus and mineral intensity, with real palate weight which creates a textured mouth-feel.
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Rafael Palacios Louro do Bolo 2017

Reviews of other vintages of 2017 Louro do Bolo201120092018


Green apple, thyme, fat, round
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Juan Manuel Gonzalvo


Peñín Guide 2011 rating
- Tasting notes: Color: bright straw, greenish rim. Nose: powerfull,
elegant, balsamic herbs, scrubland, fresh fruit, dry stone.
Palate: flavourful, fruity, fresh, elegant, fine bitter notes, good
- Score: 93
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Guía Peñín
Louro do Bolo Godello Lias Finas 2009


Take it with a seafood. Special wine for couples.
I was surprised it was a white with such an intense colour. Notes of white fruits such as apples. A slightly bitter end.
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Hayley Thompson