The Queen of Albariño awarded Order of Knights of Wine
This year the title of Knight of the Wine of the Great Order of Knights of Wine (GOCV):
It has been for the Aragonese of origin and Pontevedra adoption:
Marisol Well, this woman has contributed with her work since her presidency for more than 21 years of the Albariño Designation of Origin.
For the dissemination of the Albariño variety in the English market. The second most important for Spanish wine in the European Union, which is made through Pazo de Señorans, of which it is the owner and founder.
This wine grower since 1979, known as the "Gran Dama del Albariño". He has dedicated all his time and effort to the Pazo de Señorans winery. Quality reference and pioneer in the avant-garde wines of the Rías Baixas.
Marisol Bueno Berrio-Ategortúa was born in Zaragoza, from a Basque mother. His father, military doctor, was stationed in Pontevedra and there ended up establishing the Bueno family.
In that city, the same one that, according to the saying, "gives drink to whoever passes by".
The owner of this Galician winery, which is so emblematic in the wine world of this Community, became an adopted Galician.
Pazo de Señorans is a beautiful property in the municipality of Meis (Pontevedra), presided over by a 16th century manor house surrounded by eight hectares of vineyards.
This is a project promoted in its day by Marisol Bueno and her husband, the prestigious rheumatologist Javier Mareque Abada, who dedicates his production to making the best Albariño grape whites.
The trajectory of this winery was consolidated in 1989 with the quality and floral character of its Pazo de Señorans.
From the 1995 harvest, Selección de Añada emerged, a target of great expression that has since made a great contribution to the family winery.