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Val do Salnés
The Val do Salnés is the area which is home to the largest number of vineyards and wineries of the Rías Baixas Designation of Origin. This is the Albariño territory par excellence, and it is the area with the longest established age-old wine traditions.
O Rosal, is located in the southern part of Galicia, the land closest to the Portuguese border, marked by the estuary of the Miño river and the significant influence of the Atlantic ocean.
R. do Ulla
Located in the area surrounding Santiago de Compostela, this stretch of the Rías Baixas Wine Route covers the middle course of the Ulla river and houses beautiful restaurants and accommodation, and of course, many wineries and distilleries which are linked
This area was included into the Designation of Origin in 1996, it is located at the mouth of the Verdugo river within the Vigo estuary, covering the Soutomaior Town Hall.
It covers the right bank of the Miño, from Salvaterra de Miño up until the limit of Ourense province, comprising the towns of Salvaterra de Miño, As Neves, Arbo, Crecente, Salceda de Casales, Ponteareas and several parishes belonging to the town halls of
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