RÍas Baixas

Rias Baixas Wine Regions

Rías Baixas (REE-us BUY-shus) is located along the western edge of Galicia, the northwest Atlantic coastal region often referred to as España Verde or "Green Spain". Cool and verdant, this appellation is regarded as the source of the most phenomenal white wines of Spain. The Albariño grape is the prize of the region, producing a fragrant, full-bodied yet extremely crisp wine, which is undeniably the perfect match for all fish and shellfish. Yields in the region tend to be very low, and the abundant rainfall has traditionally obliged winemakers to trellis vines high off the ground on stone pergolas to allow greater air circulation and stave off mildew, a practice which results in dramatic vineyard views.

Vionta Albariño is part of the Ferrer Family Wines of ultra-premium wines. The estate of Vionta is in the heart of the Salnés Valley, the most northern subzone of Rías Baixas It is also the coolest growing region in the Rías Baixas.

 

 

 

Vionta Albarino
Vionta Albarino