Adegas Galegas

+34 986- 65 74 00 Meder, s/n
Salvatierra de Mino. Pontevedra, 36457
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Adegas Galegas began its activity in 1995 with the acquisition of “Viñedos de Goián” and “Condasat” and has been revitalizing this magnificent area of the Rias Baixas since then. A relationship policy began with the aim of recovering and strengthening the native varieties using an innovative philosophy which includes content and form. This is how Galiciano was born, on behalf of one of the most traditional wine areas of Galicia; Valdeorras in the region of Orense. There next follows the Bierzo and a firm commitment to the future of its singular varieties, to which is added the wines from Montsant in the Catalan Priorat and culminates with the incorporation of wines from Castile, Leon and Zamora, and Dehesa de Rubiales. An extraordinary spectrum of wine cultures articulated around a common feeling of excitement and respect for an age-old art. – Description from JelaDragoljevic

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  • Albariño

    History of the grape: Legend has it that Cluny monks from Burgundy brought the parentage of the grape, either Rieslin...

  • Tinto Cão

  • Pedro Ximénez

    Ximénez, Jimenez, Ximénès, Pedro, Pedro Giménez, Pedro Jimenez, Pedro Khimenes, Pedro Ximénès, Pedro Ximenes De Jerez...

  • Godello

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

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  • D. Pedro D Soutomaior Albariño Rias Baixas 2016


    Nicely floral aromas are a bit vanishing with some woody, mineral lemon notes and faint peach notes. Soft and plush palate of zesty lemon, fresh ocean air but with a buttery texture on the palate that cuts through to the finish where lime and apricot notes play against more salinity and a crisp finish. Read More

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  • Adegas Galegas Rias Baixas Veigadares 2006


    This is a great white wine. The combination of albarino,treixadura and lourerio grapes, mostly albarino, makes the wine both tart and sweet. I love Albarino's but it can be at times tart. The addition of the two other grapes makes thisp erfect. Its crispy and goes well with fish and chicken. Read More

    Wine review by wine queen

  • Adegas Galegas Rias Baixas Veigadares 2006


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  • Adegas Galegas S.l. Albariño Rías Baixas Rei Brigo 2005


    A premier Spanish white varietal. Albarino is very popular in Espana. It is akin to a semi-dry Sauvingnon Blanc. A bit of fruit, clean. Decent value for the price. Read More

    Wine review by Lark Skipper

  • Adegas Galegas S.l. Albariño Rías Baixas Don Pedro de Soutomaior Macerado En Neve Carbonica 2005


    Very clear with a nose of citrus and flowers. Bone dry in the mouth with a high acidity. The palate reminds me of Harrelson apples I used to pick as a child in Minnesota, followed by citrus, and fresh peach flesh. Crisp and refreshing, really a fun wine. 4/5 [NR] Read More

    Wine review by ryanopaz


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