Rich history of Adega Pousadoiro
The history of the famous Adega Pousadoiro winery goes back to multiple generations, but almost 25 years ago, new vineyards were planted with multiple varieties that led to the growth of the winery. The winery makes a well-known and award-winning range of wine called the O Ribeiro. It is also known as the author’s wine and was first made in a historic rural house in the Castrelo de Mino. These wines are extracted with a lot of personality and care from the vines and are loved by their customers in Spain and all around the world.
The winery has a lot of pride in the O Ribeiro wines, and all their wines are made using grapes exclusively grown by them. The Vina da Costa and the Vineyard of Castrelo are the main areas where they cultivate vines. A good mix of soil, microclimate, sunshine, etc. make the place great for growing juicy grapes. Some of the main grapes that grow here include Treixadura, Godello, Albarino, Torrontes, Loureira, and Caino Longo. These grapes are used to make red and white wine.
Modernization of the winery
Recently, the winery has made many new additions and modernizations by installing a new press, steel tanks, etc. This helped them stay up to date with the trends and competition in the winemaking business. The new facilities are in the traditional rural house that belonged to the ancestors of the owner family. Guests are welcome to visit the estate and spend a nice time here in the cellar and even the vineyards.