The area of the Rias Baixas Designation of Origin includes areas where quality wines have been produced since time immemorial, in the province of Pontevedra at its borders with the province of A Coruña. This area is distributed in five well-defined sub-zones: Val do Salnés, Condado do Tea, O Rosal, Soutomaior and Ribeira do Ulla, where mainly white wines based on the Albariño variety are produced.
Due to its climate, close to the limit where vines may be cultivated, the Rías Baixas D.O. is fully integrated within the large Atlantic region, producing wines that are classified by specialized literature as ‘Atlantic’ wines.
Single variety Albariño wines have a pale yellow, brilliant colour, with hints of gold and green. In the nose they have fine, distinguished floral and fruity aromas, which cause an agreeable impression with medium intensity and medium to medium-long duration. On the palate they are fresh and smooth, with sufficient body and degree of alcohol, balanced acidity, harmonious and with a wide range of tones.
Their aftertaste is pleasant, elegant and complete.
The Rosal and Condado wines have personalities set off by using Loureira and Treixadura varieties of grape, respectively.
They are wines with intense colours and slight acidity, and on the palate are full, pleasant and attractive.
Grape varieties and types of wine
Prego de condicións (325 Kb)
Ficha técnica 2010 (106 kb)
Ficha técnica 2011 (244 Kb)
Ficha técnica 2012 (256 Kb)
Ficha técnica 2013 (256 kb)
Ficha técnica 2014 (216 kb)
Ficha técnica 2015 (223 kb)
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