Condes de Albarei
Visitor Tasting Room
Condes de Albarei was founded in 1988 by a small group of vine growers from the Salnús Valley, who united their efforts and vineyards to make and market excellent, high-quality Albariños. Condes de Albarei was the first Spanish white wine to earn a Gold Medal at the Challenge International du Vin in Bordeaux in 1991, and ever since, their wines have earned the highest recognition in both national and international competitions.
Today, Condes de Albarei is a benchmark in D.O. Rías Baixas; Condes de Albarei Albariño is the flagship brand of the winery.
In 2008, Condes de Albarei acquired Pazo Baión winery, a distinguished property with 54 acres planted with Albariño vines. Pazo Baión is a single vineyard, estate-bottled Albariño that rests on fine lees for six months with a limited production of 40,000 bottles.