Mar de Frades

Mar de Frades, a Galician term meaning "Sea of Friars", is the name given to the place in front of the Arousa estuary, at the mouth of the Umia river, where the ancient pilgrims used to land to continue their journey to Santiago de Compostela.

That small point in the ocean in front of their vineyards was the appellation they chose in 1987 to create a winery inspired by the Atlantic style, which was born with the ambition of creating wines that reflected their personality and character.

They were pioneers in the place that represents the most deeply rooted winemaking tradition of the Val do Salnés, where the legend of Albariño begins and where the most sophisticated and elegant white wines in Spain are produced.

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