For those who’ve not been, Galicia is hand’s down, the wettest region in all of Spain. They have average rainfall running from 800mm in the driest areas all the way up to 2,200mm for those along the Atlantic coast. By way of comparison, along the Mediterranean regions, 400mm is considered a “good” amount of rain. Given this overall inherent dampness, fungal issues in the vineyards are quite common and viticulture has been adapted with these considerations in mind as shown by the vines being trained to pergolas or higher trellising […]

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