Where nature and tradition meet
The parish of Santa Maria de Viñoás, where is located Adega do Mollón, is located in Nogueira de Ramuin, Ourense town known as the birthplace of sharpeners and umbrella stands, part of the beautiful natural area called Ribeira Sacra.
Nogueira de Ramuin has several popular constructions that add beauty to the area, including: mills, public ovens, chapels, megalithic monuments and churches, such as the monastery of San Esteban, San Cristobal, San Martin or San Salvador de Loña.
From the sixth century, the arrival of the hermit monks, fleeing from the busy social life to devote himself to a life of contemplation and sacrifice, resulted in the construction of many monasteries, from the eleventh century, formed the basis of economic, social and religious life of the area. Monasteries and Santo Estebo of Ribas de Sil, clearly show the taste of the area for the contemplative life and the magnificent views.
The monks, helped by the mild climate, developed and improved the cultivation of vines has been a centuries-old tradition in many local families.
The vines, carved into the steep hillsides reflect the enormous effort of generations, for centuries, they have worked these mountains to mix part of the landscape.
The Ribeira Sacra, one of the most spectacular wine regions of Spain, is situated on the banks of the Miño and Sil rivers within Galicia, between the provinces of Lugo and Ourense.
D.O. Ribeira Sacra was born in 1997 and groups five divisions: Amandi, Chantada, Quiroga-Bibei, Ribeiras do Miño and Ribeiras do Sil. The grapes grow in small strips of land placed on the steep slopes of the Sil and Miño rivers. The vines were planted here centuries ago by the monks of the monasteries built in the Middle Ages, between the eighth and twelfth centuries, hence the name of the D.O. Ribeira Sacra.
Where we are
The landscape is characterized by steep slopes, diving into the river from a height of over 500 meters, and climatic conditions, marked by high temperatures in summer and cool in winter.
The especially widespread in this area in the early Middle Ages, monasticism led to a high concentration of monasteries and Romanesque churches in Galicia.
Quietness, retreat and mystery of this area, still can be seen today, and is one of the main attractions for visitors.
The wine club
Pombares wine are intended to be more than a product made with all care, focused on a very limited production that is concentrated in a small area. The quality of our wine is tracked throughout the process, from the vine to the bottle, controlled by the author and owner. Our goal is not just to sell wine, but we intend to create a circle of clients and friends identified with wine, with which we want to maintain a lasting relationship.
For this reason it is essential for us to know your opinion about wine and all suggestions to consider us. Without prejudice to the pursuit of a distinct personality, we will consider all these views to improve our product and satisfy the palate of our friends.