Paco & Lola

Paco & Lola - Rias Baixas

 Paco & Lola_LogoDuoPaco & Lola comes from 500 sun-kissed acres of vineyards in Meano (Pontevedra) where the Rosalia de Castro Winery is situated in an area considered to be the cradle of Albarino wine.

In the heart of the Salnes Valley, this special area of northwest Spain is making some of the country's most interesting white wines.

The Val do Salnes Subarea, is the largest  growing area, covering more than the 50% of the surface and with more than the 70% of the growers.

Paco & Lola is a young, modern winery committed to a fresh way of making and experiencing wine. Known around the world for our sophisticatedly fun image.


This distinguishing but risky mark of product identity, our desire to think outside of the box and the achievement of brand recognition worldwide are the three pillars of Paco & Lola’s winemaking philosophy. They are behind absolutely everything we do, from our packaging and bottle design, -with Paco & Lola’s signature crisp, bold polka dots-, to the entire winemaking process itself. By being true to this philosophy we have established ourselves as one of the most recognized wineries within the appellation Rías Baixas.

And the foundation on which these pillars stand is to make exceptional wines for exceptional people.

The Wines:

LOLO Albariño   |    PACO & LOLA Albariño    |    PACO Red

New Wines:

Nº12 by Paco & Lola    |   Paco & Lola 2010 Vintage


PACO & LOLA Albariño

The freshest, most fun and chic Albariño of the Rías Baixas. It makes you feel good to be alive and gets everyone smiling whenever a bottle is cracked open!

BS-Paco-WhiteDESCRIPTION: Why name a wine Paco & Lola? Why not? Wine doesn’t have to be boring or serious. Wine can be attractive, seductive, fresh and fun. A wine like Paco & Lola, Spain’s most stylish white wine, can do things a little differently.

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Albariño sourced from the winery’s own vineyards.

FOOD PAIRINGS: Paco & Lola make a Divine Duo with sushi, pastas, fish, rice dishes, white meats, seafood, fish and shellfish stews. Serving temperature: 48-52ºF

TASTING NOTES: Appearance: attractive straw color with hints of green in the rim. Clean and brilliant.Nose: very expressive and harmonious nose. Fine notes of white fruit (green apples, pear) and lemony aromas. Hints of herbs (basil) and flower blossom base notes. Surprising aromatic intensity.Palate: clean and textured. Seductive exotic palate of pineapple and mango intermingled with refreshing citrus flavors amplified by minerally accents. Silky but yet full bodied, with long lingering finish. Round and very tasty.


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Nº12 by Paco & Lola

12 is the number of days that the must fermented in the tank number 12. We used stainless steel at low temperature and stopped the fermentation by cold, resulting in a wine of high aromatic intensity, fine natural carbon and silky mouth.


Wine growing info:
Appellation of Origin: Rías Baixas.
Blend: 100% Albariño
Subzone: Val do Salnés.
Sustainable production.
Made from free run must of selected grapes from our best vineyards. The vineyards are grown on sandy loam soils, granitic and slightly acidic.
Serving temperature: 46 – 48 °F.

Tasting notes:
Visual phase: Straw yellow with greenish, bright and clear tones.
Nose: Medium high intensity with citrus (lemon skin, tangerine) and white flowers (acacia and orange blossom). Tropical background with lychees hints.
Palate: Very fresh and good acidity. Heaps of fruits, intense and very balanced.

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PACO & LOLA Vintage Albariño

Special high-end wine made in a limited edition of the best harvest of 2010. Elegant and persistent, with a modern and avant-garde design.

Wine growing info: 100% Albariño - 12.5% ​​volume. Made from the must flower of grapes coming from our oldest vineyards. The vineyards are grown on loamy-sandy, granitic and slightly acidic soil. Fermentation controlled at 16ºC for 21 days. Once finished, the thick lees are removed and a breeding is carried out on their fine lees, performing a weekly “bâtonnage” for 1 year. After the breeding, it remains in stainless steel tanks for another 4 years, to finally be stabilized and bottled.

Food pairing: Ideal with fish, rice, white meats and seafood. Operating temperature: 46 - 48 ° f.

Tasting notes:
Visual Phase:
Straw yellow color with intense greenish tint, and light golden.
Olfactory Phase: Medium intensity, with aromas of aromatic herbs (laurel, rosemary), spicy (cumin) and infusion, (tea, chamomile).  With fruity fruity souvenirs and an elegant background of lees.
Gustatory Phase: In the mouth it is fresh, with good acidity and a sweet tooth. Greasy, oily, with ripe fruit soups and toasted tones. Mineral and saline retrogust.


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As fresh, elegant and good as out famous Albariño.
Paco is another wine with unmistakable personality.

DESCRIPTION: Belonging to the DO Navarra, Paco is made with varieties of Tempranillo- Garnacha grape (50:50) harvested in vineyards of the subzone Valdizarbe, one of the great Spanish wine-producing areas of quality due to the influence of three different climates: Atlantic climate, continental and Mediterranean. The main characteristic that lends this confluence of a weather is extremely long maturation period, it can maintain good acidity while an increase of sugars produced in the berries. Also has a significant impact on the complexity of the phenolic composition, color and tannin from the grapes.

GRAPE VARIETY: 50% Tempranillo, 50% Grenache

FOOD PAIRINGS: Cherry red color with purple tones. Complex nose, dominated by forest fruit aromas (blueberries and cranberries) with licorice and balsamic hints. Meaty, warm and inviting, reflecting harmony between acidity and fruit load levels. Serving temperature: 56ºF

TASTING NOTES: “Composed of 50% Tempranillo and 50% Grenache, this aromatic, fruit forward red displays fresh, clean notes of cherry and raspberry on the nose and palate.”


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LOLO Albariño

An Albariño made in a youthful, cool style with unbeatable flavour.
A new expression of Albariño that keeps all of its original identity.

BSN-LoLoDESCRIPTION: Young and informal style perfect throughout the day. Lolo’, an excellent value for money.

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Albarino. Grapes selected from plots managed for medium yields: 11000 kg/ha

FOOD PAIRINGS: Goes very well with any fish or seafood. Shrimp cocktails, warm lobster salad, cold leak soup, glazed pork ribs, grilled chicken, tuna or beef tartar, cod confit. Mango Prawn noodles. Californai Rolls. Thai and Orential fusion cuisine. Vegetarian cuisine. Serving Temp: 44-48F

TASTING NOTES: Bright, crystal clear, yellow with greenish highlights, very shiny and young. Intense aroma, excellent varietal expression (citrus, grapefruit, green apple) and with a touch of aromatic herbs (lavender, hay), smart. Powerful mouth, fructose content, rich in fruit nuances with complex touches of aromatic herbs, very tasteful, smart and highly persistent.


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The Spell of Queimada

Owls, barn owls, toads and witches.
Demons, goblins and devils,
spirits of the misty vales.
Crows, salamanders and midges,
charms of the folk healer(ess).
Rotten pierced canes,
home of worms and vermin.
Wisps of the Holy Company,
evil eye, black witchcraft,
scent of the dead, thunder and lightning.
maws of the satyr and foot of the rabbit.
howl of the dog, omen of death.Sinful tongue of the bad woman
married to an old man.
Satan and Beelzebub’s Inferno,
fire of the burning corpses,
will-o’-the-wisp on the night of St Sylvester
mutilated bodies of the indecent ones,
farts of the infernal asses.Roar of the enraged sea,
of shipwreck omen,
useless belly of the unmarried woman,
speech of the cats in heat,
dirty turf of the wicked born goat
and twisted horn of the billy-goat.

With this pot
I will pump the flames of this fire
which looks like that from Hell,
and witches will be `purified
from all their misdeeds.
Some of them will flee
riding their brooms,
going to bathe
in the Finisterre sea.

Hear! Hear the roars
They are the witches purifying themselves
in these spiritual flames
And when this beverage
goes down our throats,
we will get free of the evil
of our soul
and of any charm.

Forces of air, earth, sea and fire,
to you I make this call:
if it’s true that you have more power
than people,
clean from wrongdoing our land.

¡Hola a todos!



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