Winery

Vinification, Installations 

WINERY: Installations 

The winery is surrounded by vineyards and is on the hillside that descends on the fishing village of Carril, famous for producing the best clams in the world.

From the tasting room-viewpoint, one can see spectacular views of the Arosa bay.


Technically, the winery has the latest technology to produce quality white wines. The wine-making and grape reception facilities are thermally insulated and finished with washable, lacquered panels on the roof and walls, and with continuous epoxy resin floors. All of this guarantees our grapes are in an extremely clean and tidy environment, vital for attaining the best expression of our wines.



WINERY: Vinification

Each one of our wines is produced through different vinification processes, continuing the differentiation of work carried out on the vineyards throughout the year to create wines with their own hints and characters, although all are from the Albariño variety.

We use local traditional vinification with malolactic fermentation for Fulget, and the most modern with Fulget Cuvée. 
But there is no doubt that the process that has made us famous and different from the rest of the Rías Baixas DO is the use of lees, in which we have been pioneers, a technique we have been applying since our first harvest, when it was almost unknown in Galicia. Over three months we produce the greatest wine of the house aged on the lees: Maior de Mendoza on lees, and the Maior de Mendoza 3 Crianzas, in this case for 9 months, and one year and a half for Finca Las Tablas.

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VINEYARD 

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