The winery ‘Pazo San Mauro’ is steeped in history, culture and above all, great wine. The winery was named after the country palace (or ‘Pazo’) that was built in 1591 in honor of Saint Mauro (a.k.a. San Amaro). Vine cultivation has always been intimately linked to the history of the Pazo and remains of an old winepress can be found in the ancient Pazo which dates back to the 16th century. The current owners of Pazo San Mauro also have award-winning wineries in Rioja (Marquez de Vargas) and Ribera del Duero (Conde de San Cristobal) and have invested heavily in both the restoration of Pazo San Mauro’s magnificent old buildings and in the construction of a new wine cellar, which uses the most advanced technologies to produce the finest wine possible.
Like most wineries in the D.O. Rias Baixas, Pazo San Mauro is dedicated to producing high-quality white wines made predominantly from the Albariño grape varietal. All of the hand-harvest grapes that go into making their wines are 100% estate-owned, and their vineyards are located in an optimal location for quality wine production, which has an exceptional microclimate, midday sun exposure and protection from the northern winds.
Currently the winery makes two wines. ‘Sanamaro’ is a wine with great personality that brings together the aroma and taste of two magnificent grape varieties, Albariño and Loureiro, which are planted on the highest point of the winery’s 30-hectare estate. ‘Albariño Pazo San Mauro’ is a monovarietal wine that is the result of a meticulous selection of the best grapes that grow on the rolling banks of the river Miño, which separates Spain from Portugal.
During a visit to Pazo San Mauro you will be able to try “one of the best Rias Baixas Wines” (Fuera de Serie 7/17/09) while learning about unique history of the region and seeing first-hand how using the most advanced technologies has helped Pazo San Mauro produce some of the finest wines in the world.

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