Tuesday, January 19, 2010


The Bodega Cooperativa Virgen de las Viñas was founded in 1964 by wine growers in the region of Valdeorras from four municipalities, Petín, Villamartin de Valdeorras, O Bolo and A Rúa de Valdeorras.

Nowadays the winery has 850 members and has 350 hectares of vineyards account for about 45% of production in the region, guaranteeing the quality of its raw material.

His vineyards sit in slate flooring, limestone, granite and alluvial earthy that extend down the slopes and riverbanks Xares and Sil. This diversity of soil attached to a special microcline ranging from temperate Mediterranean to cool Mediterranean gives a unique character to their wines, very different from other wines, and have received numerous awards and recognitions nationally and internationally.

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