The main wine farm "Senorio de Valei", is his "calling card", created from Albariño varieties that are grown in the Rias Baixas region in Galicia. Grapes are harvested by hand is separated from the ridges and subjected to pressing. This is followed by fermentation at low temperatures in stainless steel vats, which allows you to keep the flavor of berries. After that, the wine is filtered and bottling, where the "Lady of Valley" is held 30 days before to go on sale.
The excellent quality of the wine has been repeatedly confirmed in international competitions and exhibitions. Among the awards:
- Gold Medal Contest Iberwine in 2012;
- Gold Medal Contest La Selección Prowine in 2012;
- Silver Medal Competition Bacchus 2012.
History of the Spanish company Senorio de Valei began in 1929, when Francisco Jorge bought a small winery and land with vineyards in the area of Ribeira Sacra. Initially, the purpose of the acquisition was not commercial, but quite amateur - Jorge planned to create a wine for his family and friends. Over time, the company was inherited by deadhead Jorge, who is considered the founder of the company Señora de Valley. He was literally in love with a popular wine region Rias Baixas and Galicia with its filing at the heart of winemaking family Jorge. The project, called Senorio de Valei was officially registered in 1994 as a union of producers of wine Albarino Rias Baixas area. The company always strives to develop and improve the quality of its products, focusing on the tastes of consumers and constantly adapting to the needs of today's market. "Our customers - are the representatives of our wines," - the company says, pointing out that it is the customers better than any advertising made products the company's popular and in demand. The vineyards are located in Galicia - the historical region of Spain, in the province of Pontevedra, is surrounded by green landscape and not far from the river Miño. The area is famous for its culture, and above all, gastronomic traditions. The climate is characterized by high humidity and moderate temperatures. It dominates white variety Albariño, the vine that grew here before our era. The company produces wine classification DO (Denominacion de Origen), indicating that the grapes were grown in a certain area (Rias Baixas) in accordance with approved standards, and the process of wine making proceeded in accordance with specific regional standards.