Bodegas Rectoral do Umia
This state-of-the-art winery located on the banks of the Umia River in the Valdo Salnés was established in 2009. Some 200 wine growers supply them from around 130 hectares of vineyard planted on the rocky, alluvial soils of the nearby rolling hills.
Albariño was first introduced to Galicia in the 12th century and thrives in these conditions. Albariño accounts for up to 90% of all vines planted in Rías Baixas and the area was awarded Denominación de Origen in 1988.