The Osorio y Pimentel family built this Palace in 1730. They chose a fertile, high and south facing terrain. The land, on gentle slopes for perfect drainage, was ideal for vineyards. There is evidence that in 1761 the cellar stored 170 “miedros” (32.540 liters) of new wine every year within its diaphragm walls, wood and slate. Since then wine has been the treasure and heritage of this house.
The environment and tradition are bound together when we talk about respect for the land. Abundance and generosity i s what t h e land g i v e s u s i n exchange for our love, respect and, above all, hard work and effort. In return the vineyard will give us the best of its grapes. We transform them into excellent wines with the particular personality of this land, climate and Mencía and Godello grape varieties.
We merely continue the work that has always gone on at the vineyards: natural fertilizers and, above all, respect for the environment that surrounds us. We care for the plots of land as if they were each unique, respecting their individuality. We use traditional farming methods. We harvest the grapes manually when they are at their prime to ensure they are in perfect condition when they are brought in.