Rías Baixas appellation is formed by a group of areas in Galicia which are characterized by sharing some physical conditions. They are the basis of the appellation’s extraordinary conditions: mild temperatures, abundant rainfall, low altitude, and Atlantic and Miño River influence.
The Rías Baixas appellation is divided into five subzones, and Adegas Valmiñor is located in the down south subzone in Galicia: O Rosal.
Mild temperatures, abundant rainfall, low altitude, and Atlantic and Miño River influence.
O Rosal Valley is located in the South of the Rías Baixas, where the Miño River flows into the Atlantic Ocean and the frontier with Portugal. O Rosal is one of the subzones of the Rias Baixas Appellation, and it is characterized by producing very special wines. The climatology is soft, without drastic thermic oscillations, and with a great mineral richness in its soils. It owns excellent ripening conditions, what becomes this valley into the perfect place to grow high quality grape varieties.