Bodegas Marqués de Vizhoja

An eighteenth-century stately home in 1975, Mariano Pelaez purchase of the property Pazo La Moreira. It was the last step to take to your Marqués de Vizhoja respond to a scenario with the name added to the illusion, cherished long, of owning a vineyard itself. Gradually the land was acquired until around the 38 hectares planted around the building today seigniorial erected in the eighteenth century.

An eighteenth-century stately home in 1975, Mariano Pelaez purchase of the property Pazo La Moreira. It was the last step to take to your Marqués de Vizhoja respond to a scenario with the name added to the illusion, cherished long, of owning a vineyard itself. Gradually the land was acquired until around the 38 hectares planted around the building today seigniorial erected in the eighteenth century. Unlike other pazos in it, the noble appearance of the stone combined with the air fortified military structure, fitted with pockets and finished in two battlements, from which is divided strategically around the valley. Border entered the realms of Spain and Portugal, had to be the scene of battles, or at least the battles and skirmishes between the two sides divided by the passage of the Miño.

    Featured wines from Marqués de Vizhoja:

    • Torre La Moreira 2015

      White wine Young. Volume: 75 cl.. Winery: Marqués de Vizhoja. Production area: Rías Baixas. Grapes used in this wine: Albariño.

      Torre La Moreira 2015
      8,00 €
      New
      8, 00 VAT incl.
    • Marqués de Vizhoja 2015

      White wine Young. Volume: 75 cl.. Winery: Marqués de Vizhoja. Production area: VM Galicia. Grapes used in this wine: Loureira Blanca and Albariño and Treixadura.

      Marqués de Vizhoja 2015
      5,20 €
      5, 20 VAT incl.
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