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I.X. "Augardente de Herbas de Galicia"

Protected product
The Galician Herb Spirit I.D. controls traditional grape spirits produced in installations registered by the Regulatory Board, obtained by adding infusions of traditional herbs to Galician Grape Spirit or distilling it together with the herbs.

“Galician herb spirit” should have a sugar content of less than 100 g/l. Its alcohol level should be between 37.5 and 50% by volume.

At least of the following herbs must be used to make Galician herb spirit: mint, rosemary, marjoram, dill, coriander, liquorice, fennel, nutmeg, cinnamon and verbena.


  • The Order from the Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Agricultural Policy of 15th February 1999 (DOG 01.03.99), approves the Regulation of the Galician Grape Spirit Designation and its Regulatory Board, modified by the Order dated 4th May 2001 (DOG 15.05.01), the Order dated 8th September 2004 (DOG. 04.10.04), and the Order dated 22nd February 2005 (DOG 02.03.05)
  • Order from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Foodstuffs (MAPA) dated 21st June 2001 (Official State Gazette –BOE- 11.07.01) ratifying the Regulations for the Specific Designation of Galician Grape Spirit and its Regulatory Board; and Order APA 2668/2005 dated 20th July 2005 (BOE 15.08.05)

Technical data
Production (2007): 2.050 l.

Augardente de Herbas de Galicia

Expediente técnico (229 Kb)

Fichas técnicas

Pazo de Quián, s/n
15881 Sergude – Boqueixón
A Coruña

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