Attis winery is located in the small village of Meaño, in the center of the Salnés Valley on the Mount Penaguda foots and in front of Arosa and Pontevedra Estuaries. Its history goes back almost half a century. The Albariño, which today is produced in the modern facilities of the current winery, vineyards born from humble families of the Farina family. Production grew annually until in 2000 they decided to settle as a company under the Designation of Origin Rias Baixas. Their wines, made by the French enologist Jean-François Hébrard, the tables have conquered three continents, highlighting the individuality of its Albariños, respecting above all the typical characteristics of the variety.
The wine is pure yellow with light orange and peach shades. The bouquet is impressive and lively, with a restrained acidity and well-designed tannin structure, reveals generous pear notes and tones of stone fruit, complemented by the nuances of spices. The palate is powerful, filled with notes of ripe nectarine, the nuances of marmalade, orange peel and olive oil. The finish is long and mineral.