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La Comtesse 2017 y 2014

Gran vino de Albariño de Marqués de Murrieta en las Rías Baixas

Tan bajo como 39,95 €
  • Descripción

  • Envío y Devoluciones

  • ¿Dudas? Consúltanos

La Comtesse de Pazo de Barrantes es un vino blanco acogido a la Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas de Bodegas Pazo de Barrantes (perteneciente a Bodegas Marqués de Murrieta). Añadas disponibles 2017 y 2014.

Este vino está elaborado con uva Albariño en su totalidad, obtenida de Pago Cacheiro, viñedo de cepas viejas de Finca Pazo de Barrantes de 12 hectáreas, en el Valle del Salnés, Galicia. Previa a la entrada en prensa, los racimos son sometidos al despalillado, evitando proporcionar el sabor herbáceo del raspón. Seguidamente se realiza el prensado lento y suave que favorece la extracción del potencial aromático de estas uvas procedentes de cepas viejas.

La fermentación del mosto desfangado, en ausencia de partes sólidas, se lleva a cabo en un tino de 3000 litros de roble francés Allier de grano fino. Con el fin de incrementar el volumen y untuosidad en boca, el vino, está en contacto con sus lías durante 3 meses. La crianza la ha desarrollado en tino de roble francés durante 12 meses, además de 12 meses de reposo en botella.

  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

Descripción

La Comtesse de Pazo de Barrantes es un vino blanco acogido a la Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas de Bodegas Pazo de Barrantes (perteneciente a Bodegas Marqués de Murrieta). Añadas disponibles 2017 y 2014.

Este vino está elaborado con uva Albariño en su totalidad, obtenida de Pago Cacheiro, viñedo de cepas viejas de Finca Pazo de Barrantes de 12 hectáreas, en el Valle del Salnés, Galicia. Previa a la entrada en prensa, los racimos son sometidos al despalillado, evitando proporcionar el sabor herbáceo del raspón. Seguidamente se realiza el prensado lento y suave que favorece la extracción del potencial aromático de estas uvas procedentes de cepas viejas.

La fermentación del mosto desfangado, en ausencia de partes sólidas, se lleva a cabo en un tino de 3000 litros de roble francés Allier de grano fino. Con el fin de incrementar el volumen y untuosidad en boca, el vino, está en contacto con sus lías durante 3 meses. La crianza la ha desarrollado en tino de roble francés durante 12 meses, además de 12 meses de reposo en botella.

Envío y Devoluciones

  • PORTES GRATIS Para compras superiores a 195€. 
  • Ahorra en los gastos de envío comprando de 6 en 6 botellas. Puedes consultar los Gastos de Envío aquí.
  • Embalaje seguro: utilizamos cajas especiales seguras para el transporte de los pedidos.
  • Trato personalizado: si le resulta complicado hacer el seguimiento de su pedido, contáctenos y resolveremos su duda.
  • Garantía de devolución: si tu pedido de vino no llega en perfectas condiciones, te mandaremos uno nuevo.

¿Dudas? Consúltanos

Si tiene cualquier duda, puedes comunicarte con nosotros:

Cata

Vista

Color amarillo brillante.

Aroma

Potente, fruta madura, especias dulces, hierbas de tocador.

Boca

Graso, sabroso, fresco, buena acidez, retronasal torrefactado.

Maridaje y servicio

Maridaje

Cigalas y centollo relleno, carnes blancas, aves rellenas, sushi, quesos de vaca y oveja acompañados por fruta confitada, foie, entre otros.

Servicio

Temperatura de servicio 13-14ºC. Se recomienda oxigenar unos minutos antes de su consumo.

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critica del vino

Crítica

2017 / 95 puntos
The 2017 La Comtesse has been a vin de garde since its initial vintage of 2009. It comes from a small plot, the 1.4-hectare Pago Cacheiro, of the oldest (50 years) and lowest-yielding vines on the Pazo de Barrantes property. The destemmed grapes from the hand-harvested bunches were pressed slowly by a pneumatic press. The juice was let to settle and then fermented in 3,000-liter French (Allier) oak vats at 10 degrees Celsius for 60 days. The wine was kept in the oak vats for 15 months, five of them with the lees. After that time, it was transferred to concrete vats where it matured for a further 13 months. Like its younger sibling, the élevage was extended with the idea of increasing the age-worthiness of the bottled wine. It's 13.5% alcohol, with a pH of 3.4 and 6.2 grams of tartaric acid per liter of wine. It has a very expressive nose, and curiously enough, this is more fruit driven than the Gran Vino Albariño, which is more balsamic. This is a very harmonious Albariño that has varietal character and is impressive and young, without the creamy character of some previous vintages. It's vibrant and has a citrus touch on the palate that reflects a very fresh wine, but at the same time, it's polished and has a soft texture. 8,560 bottles were filled in April 2020. - Issue 259 End of February 2022, The Wine Advocate -
2016 / 93+ puntos
Like an updated and slightly more powerful, ripe and concentrated version of the 2013, the 2016 La Comtesse was also up for tasting. 2016 was not an easy year, but this comes from some of the oldest vines they have, from a plot that has more regularity in the crop. This is very young and feels a little raw. There are some aromatic notes from the oak aging that need polishing, but the wine will not be released just yet and should have some time in bottle. It's a good example of an Albariño that can age; it has concentration and balance, and in a year like 2016, there is a spark of acidity that provides freshness and length. As I've seen with the regular Albariño in 2017 and 2018, this 2016 shows fresher than the 2015 La Comtesse, which has more concentration and power, but this is subtler and more nuanced, fresher and a little more elegant and harmonious. 11,500 bottles produced. This shall rest in bottle for some six or seven months from now until it's released. - Issue 241 End of February 2019, The Wine Advocate -

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutierrez
  • Cata

  • Maridaje y servicios

  • Crítica

Vista

Color amarillo brillante.

Aroma

Potente, fruta madura, especias dulces, hierbas de tocador.

Boca

Graso, sabroso, fresco, buena acidez, retronasal torrefactado.

Maridaje

Cigalas y centollo relleno, carnes blancas, aves rellenas, sushi, quesos de vaca y oveja acompañados por fruta confitada, foie, entre otros.

Servicio

Temperatura de servicio 13-14ºC. Se recomienda oxigenar unos minutos antes de su consumo.

critica del vino

2017 / 95 puntos
The 2017 La Comtesse has been a vin de garde since its initial vintage of 2009. It comes from a small plot, the 1.4-hectare Pago Cacheiro, of the oldest (50 years) and lowest-yielding vines on the Pazo de Barrantes property. The destemmed grapes from the hand-harvested bunches were pressed slowly by a pneumatic press. The juice was let to settle and then fermented in 3,000-liter French (Allier) oak vats at 10 degrees Celsius for 60 days. The wine was kept in the oak vats for 15 months, five of them with the lees. After that time, it was transferred to concrete vats where it matured for a further 13 months. Like its younger sibling, the élevage was extended with the idea of increasing the age-worthiness of the bottled wine. It's 13.5% alcohol, with a pH of 3.4 and 6.2 grams of tartaric acid per liter of wine. It has a very expressive nose, and curiously enough, this is more fruit driven than the Gran Vino Albariño, which is more balsamic. This is a very harmonious Albariño that has varietal character and is impressive and young, without the creamy character of some previous vintages. It's vibrant and has a citrus touch on the palate that reflects a very fresh wine, but at the same time, it's polished and has a soft texture. 8,560 bottles were filled in April 2020. - Issue 259 End of February 2022, The Wine Advocate -
2016 / 93+ puntos
Like an updated and slightly more powerful, ripe and concentrated version of the 2013, the 2016 La Comtesse was also up for tasting. 2016 was not an easy year, but this comes from some of the oldest vines they have, from a plot that has more regularity in the crop. This is very young and feels a little raw. There are some aromatic notes from the oak aging that need polishing, but the wine will not be released just yet and should have some time in bottle. It's a good example of an Albariño that can age; it has concentration and balance, and in a year like 2016, there is a spark of acidity that provides freshness and length. As I've seen with the regular Albariño in 2017 and 2018, this 2016 shows fresher than the 2015 La Comtesse, which has more concentration and power, but this is subtler and more nuanced, fresher and a little more elegant and harmonious. 11,500 bottles produced. This shall rest in bottle for some six or seven months from now until it's released. - Issue 241 End of February 2019, The Wine Advocate -

The Wine Advocate, Luis Gutierrez

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