Wine Area

Wine Area

A living vestige of the Atlantic’s historical gastronomy

Friday 15 June
17.00 – 23.00

  • Aldea de Abaixo (D.O. Rías Baixas)
  • Nairoa (D.O. Ribeiro)
  • Quinta da Peza (D.O. Valdeorras)
  • Vinos Lara (D.O. Monterrei)
  • Ponte da Boga (D.O. Ribeira Sacra)
  • Conexión Mandeo (I.G.P. Betanzos)

Saturday 16 June
12.00 – 23.00

  • Terra de Asorei (D.O. Rías Baixas)
  • Celme (D.O. Ribeiro)
  • A Tapada (D.O. Valdeorras)
  • Terras do Cigarrón (D.O. Monterrei)
  • Ponte da Boga (D.O. Ribeira Sacra)
  • Torgo (A Cañiza)

Sunday 17 June
12.00 – 18.00

  • Lusco (D.O. Rías Baixas)
  • Dona Elisa (D.O. Ribeiro)
  • O Casal (D.O. Valdeorras)
  • Trasdovento (D.O. Monterrei)
  • Ponte da Boga (D.O. Ribeira Sacra)
  • Panchín / Sidrón (Negueira de Muñiz)

Some of the most northern vineyards of the Iberian Peninsula can be found on the doorstep of A Coruña in towns such as Bergondo, Betanzos, Oza dos Ríos, Paderne and Miño.

The relatively low amount of sunshine in the area, the soil characteristics and the Gulf of Ártabro’s microclimate give these wines a characteristic acidity and a purely Atlantic character.

These are wines that are not mass produced and that are difficult to find far from where they are made, plus they have organoleptic characteristics, historic values and cultural differentiators that make them unique.

The SAL Festival has set aside an area dedicated to wine in which each day you can discover and taste high quality wines from different valleys and regions within the different Galician denominations of origin, regardless of the size of the vineyards.