More than just a vineyard

Altos de Torona is the largest single vineyard in Rías Baixas, with 94 hectares of enormous biodiversity oriented to the south on the slopes of mount Galeno, in Tomiño-O Rosal.

On this hill, overlooking the River Miño and close to the Atlantic Ocean, the vineyard is divided into in plots, growing mainly Albariño grapes, as well as other native Galician varieties such as Caíño Blanco, Godello, Loureira and Treixadura.

The Rías Baixas is a space of pure biodiversity, where over 91 species of flora and 71 of fauna coexist, protected by a plan for the conservation of this natural habitat that produces wines of Atlantic characteristics, with strong character, freshness and elegance.