Rectoral do Umia

Rectoral do Umia

Rectoral do Umia

D.O. Rías Baixas

Legend has it that the first Albariño vines were brought by sea to the mouth of the river Umia by monks on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The sun and the earth in this area, with its special microclimate, welcomed these vines and years later, coinciding with the golden age of our world in the 17th century, our forefathers expanded the wine throughout the world.


Logo bodegas gallegas Total alcoholic strength: 12.5 % (v/v)
Logo bodegas gallegas Dry extract: 24.1 g/l
Logo bodegas gallegas Total acidity: 5.9 g/l
Logo bodegas gallegas Volatile acidity: 0.28 g/l
Logo bodegas gallegas Total sulfite: 121 mg/l
Logo bodegas gallegas Reducing sugar: 2.1 g/l
Logo bodegas gallegas Volumetric mass at 20º: 0.9914 g/c.c.


Bruxels-2016-silver| Silver Medal: Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (Belgium 2016)
diamante-vinoymujer| DIAMANT Wine and Women 2016, vintage 2015 (Spain)
mundus-vini-silver| Silver Medal: Mundus Vini 2015, vintage 2014 (Germany)
IWS-2015| Silver Medal: International Wine&Spirit Competition (UK 2015)
medalla-decanter-2016-bronce| Bronze Medal: Decanter World WineAwards (UK 2015)
Bacchus-plata| Silver Medal: Bacchus 2014, vintage 2013 (Spain)
winespirits-92points| 92 points Wine & Spirit Magazine, vintage 2012 (USA)
gold-sandiego| Gold Medal: San Diego Award, vintage 2012 (USA)
medalla-international-wine-spirits-2017-BRONZE| Silver Medal: International Wine & Spirit Competition (UK 2013)


A pleasure for the senses

Refined, soft, fresh and intense wine. It presents an intense aroma of stone fruits like peaches, and the taste of sweet pear and the freshness of the lemon.
It is clean and shiny, with a perfect combination for the most distinguished palates.