Bodegas Eidosela

Founded in 2003, Bodegas Eidosela is the brainchild of a small group of enterprising, like-minded local growers (61 in total) dedicated to producing their own, quality Rías Baixas wines. Bodegas Eidosela is located in the sub-zone Condado de Tea (county of the River Tea, which flows into the Miño) and has a total of 48 hectares under vine, planted to Albariño, Treixadura, and Loureiro in 600 separate parcels, the biggest being just 2 ha. Each vineyard is owned by a member of the Bodega's co-operative. The name 'Eidosela' was born from the union of 'Eidos' and 'Sela' which roughly translates as 'roads to here', and is meant to indicate the paths which unite the little patches here and there, collectively Eidosela.

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