Who we are

Bodegas Sampayolo is a small winery located in the village of Petín (Ourense) with a population of only 900 inhabitants. We are 20 kilometers from the ski slopes of Manzaneda, and 30 kilometers from the Médulas (the largest gold mine of the ancient Roman Empire, and also declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1997).

Also passing through our vineyards is the Camino de Invierno (part of the Camino de Santiago) and the ancient Roman Route Via Nova ( also known as Via XVIII) which linked the cities of Braga, Portugal (then known as Bracara Augusta) and Astorga, Spain (then known as Asturica Augusta).

Founded in 2002, by Javier García, it currently produces about 32,000 bottles among its three varieties: Godello, Mencía and Grenache.

Since its inception, we’ve tried to reflect in each of these wines the love of nature,  combining traditional and innovative treatment techniques both in the vineyard and in the winery. This means using phytosanitary treatments as natural as possible and a total absence of pesticides, glyphosates and herbicides.

Since 2014 we have been developing several projects to recover abandoned vineyards with native varieties, through micro-patronage projects.

Shipments throughout Europe.