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Rías Baixas is a DO wine zone in the Galicia region of northwestern Spain, located along the Atlantic coastline. Although a comparatively young DO (established in 1988), Rías Baixas has rapidly grown in stature thanks to the efforts of its various enterprising producers, who have adopted modern winemaking techniques to showcase the region's signature grape variety, Albariño.

Wines from each subzone may be labeled as such, with the varietal composition varying from zone to zone. All wines labeled Rías Baixas must be at least 70 percent Albariño, with the rest made up of Treixadura, Torrontes, Loureiro and Caiño Blanco, a rarely-seen Galician grape which is often mistaken for Albariño. A small number of red wines are also made in this part of Spain, predominantly from Mencia and Sousao (Vinhao).

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Torres Pazo Das Bruxas Albarino

R 485.00

In old country houses known as “pazos", surrounded by forests and vineyards, Galician witches (“bruxas”) conjured up spirits through magic and dance. And so the sap, the lifeblood, coursed through...