Bodegas La Val
We start in O Rosal, at the mouth of the Miño River, with a farm called La Val. We take our name from her. We promoted the creation of the Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin in 1988 and since then we have held a seat on the Plenary Session of the Regulatory Council.
Making quality wines means having land that is up to par. For this reason, in 1989 and 1990, we planted the Arantei and Taboexa farms, and in 2012 we incorporated Porto.
Production moved in 2003 to Finca Arantei, in the municipality of Salvaterra de Miño, with a new and modern winery equipped with the highest technology. The building is located within a 35-hectare plantation, with a useful area of 6,600 m².
In 2010 there was a change in the shareholding (MBI/MBO), with the Limeres family retaining a minority stake. Together with a group of investors, Fernando Bandeira, as managing partner, and Antonio Ruiloba, as managing partner, become the new owners of the Winery.
At Bodegas La Val we have been recognized with the “Q for Quality”, a seal that provides the tourist establishments that hold it with five key characteristics: prestige, differentiation, reliability, rigor and promotion. The “Q” mark of the Spanish Tourism Quality Institute (ICTE) gives us an opportunity to enhance our diversification through Wine Tourism.
- Appellation: Rías Baixas
- Owner: José Limeres Guille
- Winemaker: Coming soon
- Varieties Grown: Albariño, Loureiro and Treixadura
- Age of Vines: 53 hectares
- Altitude: Miño River, 50 meters above sea level, sandy loam texture, but more clayey than usual in Rías Baixas. From the alluvial deposits of the Miño River with numerous pebble stones
- Farming Methods: Ffermentation in steel tanks