Rías Baixas Rí – as- Bai – xas
Condado do Tea Con- da – do – do – tea
Galician for “The County of Tea”, named after the river Tea, a tributary of the Miño River. Located in a fairly mountainous area along the Miño, this is the second largest sub-region.
O -Rosal O – ro – sal
Also Galician, this translates to “the rose”. Lying along the Miño River where it joins the Atlantic Ocean, this sub-region forms the border with Portugal.
Ribeira do Ulla Ri – bei -ra – do – u – lla
Galician for Ulla Riverbank, it is the newest Rías Baixas sub-region, this area was registered in 2000 and envelops the Ulla River.
Nestled in the hills at the head of the Rías de Vigo, it is the smallest of the sub-regions
Val do Salnés Val – do – sal – nés
Val do Salnés, or Salnes Valley, is known as the birthplace of the Albariño grape.