Luisa Freire began her career as a winemaker in 1999, and has developed her knowledge in the area since then. Her involvement in various research undertakings has given her a better understanding of grape varieties, particularly how they are influenced by different techniques in vineyard management, winemaking and environmental conditions. She became technical manager of Santiago Ruiz in 2017, and is responsible for creating some of the most emblematic white wines of the Rías Baixas region, such as Santiago Ruiz and Rosa Ruiz.
WINE DESCRIPTION This is a delicious Albarino blend that uses most of the varieties of Rias Baxias The grapes for this wine are selected from our own vineyards in San Miguel de Tabagon and Tomiño, located in O Rosal area. Maceration of grapes occurs through a soft pressing. After the sediments have settled down for 15 to 20 hours, the juice is fermented under controlled temperature between 16-17ºC for 20-25 days. After the fermentation there is an aging time with the lees.