Looking beyond Rioja in the 1908s, La Rioja Alta was searching for the future of white wine in Spain, and found it in Galicia. Lagar de Cervera was founded in 1988, one of the first producers to take Rias Baixas seriously, and today one of the key names in the region. Most of the vineyards are held in the O Rosal subzone, whose deep granite soils are widely praised as the ideal location for Albariño. Only 60% of the grape’s juice is vinified, creating an incredible purity and delicacy of flavour. The wines are produced in 100% stain less steel, with some lees stirring for added complexity.