Owner Alejandro Barreras Barret made his money from production of fishing trawlers. In the early 1980's he began converting a farm situated on the rivers Minho and Tea to the sole production of Albarino grapes. Today the farm consists of 27 hectares (66.7 acres).
The production at the estate is around 25,000 cases per year. The region of production is El Condado and the grapes are trellised by Espaller and raised wire methods. The entire crop is hand harvested in 20 kg plastic boxes and the grapes are pressed free of stalks.
The resulting must is fermented at 17C and cold stabilized at -6C to remove Tartarte salts. Fillaboa, Albarino is yellow green in color with exotic flowery aromas, zesty and racy in style.