Fillaboa 2019, the “good daughter’s” wine, a surprising gift for Mother’s Day

May 1, 2019 | Fillaboa Wineries

Mother’s Day is a day to thank and surprise all the mothers in the world, a day that we hear “I love you Mum” from both very near and
very far away.

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Masaveu Bodegas encourages us to celebrate the day with Fillaboa 2019. This Albariño wine from Rías Baixas is, alsoby name (Fillaboa, in Galician; good daughter, in Spanish), a true tribute to “good daughters”.
Legend tells that in its origins, back in the 19th Centuryon The Fillaboa Estate, a count’s beautiful daughter, humiliated by her sisters due to their envy, became the heir of her father’s best plots of land. Her kindness received the due recognition, admiration, loveand tenderness of a fair father,
hence the name of the Estate.
Fillaboa 2019is anuanced, fruity, aromatic and fresh Albariño wine. It is made with grapes from the historical Fillaboa Estate, with vineyards covering 54 hectares of land, situated on the rolling slopes that border, in the south with the Tea and Miño Rivers, a natural border with Portugal, and has been aged on lees for six months. This wine is a perfect gift to show mothers the recognition
that they deserve. Recommended Retail Price: 12,90€

Wine Club

Fillaboa 2019 can be bought in the wine group’s Online Shop. Users that visit Bodegas Fillaboa’s website, and the rest of the company’s wineries or the group’s website www.masaveubodegas.com, can access the online shop and buy products from Masaveu Bodegas quickly and easily. They also have a Wine Club in which members can obtain information, deals and special offers as well as 10% discount off their orders just by registering free of charge.

Fillaboa Wineries

Fillaboa is a historical Galician estate, the estate has remained
indivisible for centuries and is one of the
largest, oldest and most beautiful in Galicia
and the only one that
forms part of the Grandes Pagos de España Association, due to its special characteristics. Behind the 1,600
metres thick stone wall that protects the
property, lie the vineyards, the winery
and the spectacular, reconstructed stately manor.
54 hectares of Albariño grape vineyards, planted on rolling slopes, form part of the
Fillaboa estate, which covers a total of 74 hectares divided into 12 plots on the natural border with Portugal, alongside the Tea and Miño Rivers. The sandy,
stony soils, Atlantic climate and mild
temperatures, due to the proximity of the sea, make Fillaboa a privileged place to grow the
native Albariño grape.

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Masaveu Bodegas

The Masaveu family first invested in the wine sector in 1974, when they purchased Bodegas Murua, however the family’s first vineyards date back to the middle of the 19th century, precisely in Castellar del Vallés, where the family originally comes from, and where Federico Masaveu Rivell began a journey to be continued one century later by his descendants. Masaveu Bodegas has since grown to become a leader in the sector due to the quality of their wine making in different DO´s, their sustainable philosophy and their utmost respect for the land in their estate-owned vineyards, thanks to which they transmit the unique personality of each terroir in each and every bottle. This being the common denominator in all the projects led by Bodegas Masaveu in different DO´s: Murua (DOCa Rioja), Fillaboa (DO Rias Baixas), Pagos de Araiz (DO Navarra), Leda (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León) y Valverán (Asturias).