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  • Adegas Valminor Albarino 2016

    Adegas Valminor Albarino 2016

    DO Rias Baixas


    The Albariño vines of Valmiñor lay over the hills that have a maximum of 20% inclination and acid soils formed by stones and metamorphic schists rocks. The vineyards are between 20 and 40 years old. Vine and trellis systems are used to conduct the plant, both with 16 fertile bud/plant double guyot pruning and a limited production of 8.000 kg/ha. The space between vines is made of natural vegetative cover formed by indigenous species like ray-grass and white clover. Harvest takes place around mid-September.













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  • Adegas Valminor Davila M-100 2011

    Adegas Valminor Davila M-100 2011

    DO Rias Baixas

    The basis for the elaboration of Davila M-100 is Albariño, Loureiro and Caíño Blanco grapes from O Rosal area. Vines are between 30 and 40 years old. There are different kinds of soils depending on the parcel – from alluvial deposit sand to metamorphic schist’s soils-.

    The production is limited to 8.000kg/ha for the Albariño, and to 6.000 kg/ha for Caiño Blanco and Loureiro thanks to the pruning. The space between vines is made of natural vegetative cover formed by indigenous species like ray-grass and white clover. Harvest takes place around mid/end of September.

  • Adegas Valminor C-100 Castanal 2013

    Adegas Valminor C-100 Castanal 2013

    DO Rias Baixas


    Castañal grape is an indigenous red variety that can be only be found in O Rosal area, in the Rías Baixas appellation. Bunches are medium size, round shape and black-blue color, and its skin is colorless until the grape reaches the ripening point. In order to limit the production to 7.000 kg/ha, the system to conduct the plant is double rope with a 3 thumbs/arm and 2 bud/thumb short pruning. The plantation density is between 2.000 and 2.500 plants/ha.


    The soil is acid and it is formed by stones and metamorphic schist’s rocks. The space between vines is made of natural vegetative cover formed by indigenous species like ray-grass and white clover. Harvest takes place around end of September.