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From Galicia Group, S.L
Calle Orzán, 150 Bajo
15003 A Coruña, Spain
Phone: +34 881 994069
Fax: +34 688 923030
Export South America
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|Number of employees||1-19|
|Sales volume (in K)||1-9 Mio US $|
|Export content||> 75%|
|Year of foundation||2011|
Family wine company from Galicia, NW Spain.
In a remote village in Ourense and from a family of farmers, our grandfather is borned in 1922.
Known as one of the best wine-makers of the region in the 50's with more than 50 plots of land where today is Ribeiro and Monterrei Denomination of Origin.
After some years of studying, working and travelling worldwide, we decided to resume that dream becoming concious about the potential of Spanish wines and Galician wines particularly.
We started our own production on Denominations of Origin in our comunity. Outside Galicia, we are actually producing in D.O.Ca.Rioja, the oldest wine and most known appellation from Spain apart from Bierzo and Mancha where we grow all grapes for our most economic/table wines.
Our company is actually exporting to more than 20 countries in Asia, Africa, Oceania and Europe mainly, stablishing with all our customers long-term business relationships based on support and our main strenght as company which is based in our service, flexibility and, of course, the high quality of our products.
We make events and fairs in all these continents in order to support our customers and promote our wines.
For us, all should be well done since the vineyard to the table where is the final pleasure of drinking a good wine. In the middle, all our staff is there to guide our customers. We have our own logistic department, design department and Custom's advisors which assist our customers from your first order.
Caring the vines and control them everyday is vital for achieving an exquisite glass of wine. We have adapted all our winemaking to the latest and newest production process and machines to make “grandes vinos”.