The Galicia is very famous in the world thanks to the way of Santiago de Compostela, always crowded by more tourists, the place lends itself very well to the cultivation of the vineyards. The Galicia in fact, is located in the north-west part of the Iberian peninsula on the border with Portugal (in the south) and with France (in the northern area). Its lands overlook the Atlantic Ocean and are influenced by the sea both geologically and climatically. The climate is in fact characterized by humidity and abundant rainfall. Galicia is divided into four provinces, namely Lugo, Ourense, Coruña and Pontevedra. To these provinces correspond five denominations of origin, which are: Rías Baixas, Valdeorras, Monterrei, Ribeiro and Ribeira Sacra. The most important names from the qualitative and productive point of view of Galicia are Ribeiro, Rías Baixas and Valdeorras. The lands of Ribeiro have a climate with Atlantic temperatures, the geology of the land is more acidic and calcareous for all the 3000 hectares. The crops and vines are: Loureira, Treixadura, Torrontes (white berry), Brancellao and Caiño tinto (red berry). The taste is elegant, fresh, light, very aromatic and with a lively acidity. Rías Baixas means low fjords, the climate of the land is maritime and Atlantic. The land covers 4000 hectares, is granitic and the vines are albariño, caiño tinto (red berry), torrontes, caiño blanco (white berry and brancellao). The taste is intense and fruity. The Valdeorras is the eastern side of Galicia, the main grape is Godello, a persistent, fruity and juicy white berry vine.