Marta Sertaje Nogueira is responsible for the exports of Adega A Coroa, the wine that has won the most awards so far this year in the Valdeorras Denomination of Origin with its Godello A Corona harvest 2016. She tells us the secrets of this winery, which already exports 50% of its production.
The Galician cooperative has committed to a differentiated high quality pork with the Selecta Range, with feed based on chestnuts and the commitment to animal welfare as the central concept. In 2018 Coren expects to sell some some 22.8 million kilograms of this differentiated meat.
This company from Ourense has positioned itself in the market with two brands covered by the Galicia Quality (Galicia Calidade) seal, in an attempt to seek foreign markets for Galician distilled spirits.
We visit the Terra de Asorei winery, an innovative initiative that joined together six traditional wineries in Salnés so as to be more competitive, producing a quality Albariño wine that is primarily destined for export.
This Celanova cheese factory, founded in Ourense in 1949, is committed to innovation with new products like Goat’s cheese ‘Requeixo’ (cottage cheese) with Marron Glacé, which will launched on the market next week. Julio José Alonso Feijóo, a young agricultural engineer, is the fifth generation to take over in this cheese factory that has the Galicia Calidade seal
This industry from Lugo has a presence in 20 countries with its range of bakery products, ‘empanadas’ (Galician pies) and ready meals. It bases its strategy on its commitment to quality, origin and natural products.
The Oimbra winery sells around 80 percent of its production abroad, with the German market as the first destination. It focuses its work on white wines, but also produces a small amount of Mencia.
The company, located in the San Simón da Costa Designation of Origin, sells half of its production abroad. It was the first cheese factory in Galicia to use the Galicia Calidade logo.