A Coroa

Although A Coroa is a family run winery, it has current, up-to-date wine-making equipment. Sensible modern viticulture taking advantage of the Godello varietal’s personality and always in search of quality; this, convinced that wine comes primarily from the vineyard, is the philosophy that drives our work at A Coroa. Production centres on thorough and thoughtful processing of the grape, using the best technology and respecting the heterogeneity of the land. Our oenologist, Ángel Sanchez Cuesta, educated at the Requena Viticulture and Oenology School (Valencia), has been working at his profession in Valdeorras County for more than 17 years. An absolute connoisseur of viticulture and the Valdeorras grape varietials, he is one of the pioneers of monovarietal winemaking with Godello and Mencia, and probably one of those who best knows the potential of vitiviniculture in this area.

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  • Godello

    The Godello grape hails from northwestern Spain. It is most famously planted in the Valderorras region. It is thought...

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  • Poças Douro Coroa d'Ouro 2001


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    Wine review by boommtl

  • A Coroa Godello Valdeorras 2007


    Who says white wines are only for warm summer months? This white reminds us of apple picking in the fall & the crunch of fallen leaves beneath our feet. Crisp, tart fruitiness & subtle minerality. Tip back a glass & embrace the season! Read More

    Wine review by grapelab

  • Poças Douro Coroa d'Ouro 2004


    Full-bodied with an incredibly mellow finish. Leaves the mouth full with subtle hints of delicious fruit. Read More

    Wine review by Vengeur

  • A Coroa Godello Valdeorras 2006


    Tangy, with a slightly bitter aftertaste, but not unpleasant. The flavor is difficult to pin down: it's not particularly fruity, but has enough acid to make it satisfying. The mouthfeel is a little glycerine, and the finish long. Read More

    Wine review by Jack Lynch


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