A.O. Rías Baixas. - 1980

The set of five subzones give meaning to the Rías Baixas Designation of Origin, based on two provinces of Galicia, A Coruña (Ribeira do Ulla Subzone) and Pontevedra where the other four subzones are located.

Traditionally, white and red varieties have coexisted, although the most produced grape is the Albariño, a white varietal that perfectly represents this wine-growing area, among the red varieties, Caíño tinto, Sousón, Espadeiro and Mencía stand out.

In the province of Pontevedra we find the municipality of Barro, where it is located in the Denomination of Origin Rías Baixas Adegas DO REXURDIR. The lands of Barro are loamy-sandy soils and are at an altitude between 100 and 150 meters above sea level, which creates a microclimate due to the cold winds that come from the Atlantic Ocean loaded with moisture, colliding with the warm winds. that travel from the interior causing rainfall that is favorable for the cultivation of the Albariño variety, thus achieving its own personality and identity, unique and exclusive.