Brancellao

Brancellao is a variety of vineyard for making wine, with black berries, native to Galicia. It is also known as Albarello. It is a disease-resistant and good quality plant, but its productivity is very low, so it is a scarce vine that can disappear. The grapes are large and not very compact. The berries are medium in size, elliptical in shape and reddish-purple in color. It is used in conjunction with other varieties for blending, but varietal wines can also be made.

The Brancellao, intended for the production of wine recommended in Galicia. It is grown in the Rias Baixas Designation of Origin, Ribeira Sacra and Valdeorras Designation of Origin. The RIBEIRO Designation of Origin also uses this variety, with excellent reds that include this variety. It is also grown in Portugal.

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    Cuñas Davia Red

    16,00

    Wine: Cuñas Davia Red

    Varieties: 35% Caiño longo, 35% Brancellao, 15% Sousón and 20% Mencia.

    Alcohol: 13,8%

    Winery: Cuñas Davia

    Designation of Origin: DO Ribeiro

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    Paxareiras

    36,00

    Wine: Paxareiras

    Varieties: 40% Caiño longo, 40% Brancellao and 20% Sousón.

    Alcohol: 14,2%

    Winery: Cuñas Davia

    Designation of Origin: DO Ribeiro