Bodegas Avancia is the Jorge Ordónez Group project located in the eastern Galician name, Valdeorras. It was created with the aim of producing a high quality red wine from vineyards over 70 years of one of the most traditional landraces: Mencia who was dying.
In 2008 produced the first crop of white, from another Galician varieties with more character and particularity, the godello, whose vineyards were planted during the decade of the 70s. The vineyards located in the Valle del Sil, in place of Xagoaza CarballiÅo O, are built on hills and slopes with steep slopes facing south in a black slate floor and broken quartz located 550 meters above the Tues Ordovician slates are high drain and retain their dark tones allow solar radiation, which releases heat accumulating in the evening, thus facilitating a better fruit ripening. Harvesting is done manually by placing the grapes in small baskets to avoid damaging the fruit.