The Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin is spread across a group of areas in Galicia which have common physical features that identify and produce their wine’s characteristics. They are lowlands, with an altitude generally below 300 m, near the sea and related to the lower stretches of river courses, which determines the climactic characteristics of Atlantic influence - mild temperatures and high and well-distributed precipitation, with a fall in rain in the summer months.
The whites wines of the Denomination of Origin Rías Baixas are dry, with a sharp flavour, floral and intensely fruity, with a very fine and long aftertaste. Monovarietal wines like “Albariño” are straw yellow in colour, bright with golden and green iridescence.
They have a pleasantly impressive fine and distinguished floral and fruity aroma, medium intensity and a powerful half-length lingering. They are fresh and smooth on the palate, with sufficient body and alcohol, a balanced acidity, and broad harmonious nuances. Their aftertaste is pleasant, elegant and complete.