INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
The Pazo de Barrantes winery has links to the Counts of Creixell going back to the beginning of the 20th century, while the Pazo de Barrantes estate itself has been in the family’s hands since 1511. Throughout the years, the Count of Creixell’s family has stamped its personality on every wine produced by the winery.
In the nineteen-nineties the historic Galician estate was transformed into an estate specifically designed for the cultivation of the Albariño grape, the great and noble local variety.
From that moment on the Count of Creixell’s family were able to concentrate all their efforts on painstaking and meticulous production of a great Albariño wine at the heart of the Salnés valley.
Pazo de Barrantes lies at the heart of Rías Baixas, its imposing main building surrounded by 12 hectares of vineyards used to cultivate the Albariño grapes from which its top-of-the-range wines are produced.
- Days open: From Monday to Friday.
- Public holidays: Please check
Due to the health emergency, visits to Pazo de Barrantes are restricted until August 31. We will change that date as soon as the proper officials indicate that we can resume our normal activity. We apologise for the inconvenience.