The Oro Wines vineyards in Rías Baixas boast a number of high-quality grapes; chief among them is
Albariño, occupying more than 90% of the DO’s vineyard area. The soils are largely granite, with some
chalk and clay. The earth here offers lots of minerals but few nutrients, making it perfect for winegrowing.
The Kentia Vineyard is planted in Pérgola system, traditional to this area, producing Albariño with a high
level of acidity given the proximity with the Atlantic ocean. This wine will continue to develop
complexity with the bottle age.
“Made from the Albariño grape, a mythical Galician variety with small and sweet berries, from vineyards planted
on sandy granite-based soils. Kentia is very aromatic on the nose, typical of the variety, with scents of aromatic
herbs and fresh white fruits. On the palate it is unctuous, powerful, and fresh, with good acidity, balance, and