Lagar da Condesa
It is not strange that Julio Cortázar wrote down his wish of returning to the Rías Baixas to plant trees. This land of gaelic lyricism, pilgrims, ancestral stones and thermal waters shelters the countryside of old Albariño grapevines, producing our most refined white wine.
Our native grape sprouts from sandy and granitic soils made porous due to the frequent rains. The vines’aspect to the southwest prays to the sun that ripens the clusters of grapes. With the nearby murmur of the Umia river and its waterfall, the grapes are hand-harvested just when they concentrate all their varietal character.