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80 clicks

DO Rias Baixas


Gran Anyada always has the vocation to improve its products, overcoming difficulties such as changing the winery where we have worked so far. We have been able to get to know the DO Rias Baixas’ Rosal area better, and here we present a renovated, much improved, 80 CLICKS, with a new appearance which we think conveys the idea that quality must be the distinctive sign of our company. Thanks to Pablo Ibañéz, oenologist, and Arturo Conde, viticulturist and oenologist, here we have an unrivalled product within the Albarinho family. The small percentage of the varieties Loureiro (10%) and Caiño (5%) embellish the main variety, Albarinho.


DO Rias Baixas
Bodega Aldea de Abaixo
O Rosal (Pontevedra)


Pablo Ibañez
Arturo Conde
Marià Bigordà, father
Marià Bigordà, son


85% Albarinho, 10% Loureiro, 5% Caiño
Aged for 7 months on fine lees
12,5 % vol.


  • Area geographically limited by the Atlantic Ocean, river Miño and mountains, which protect it from winds coming from the North. Tall, trellised vines, in the shape of a roof due to humidity in abundant calcareous stones soil but with a slightly acid composition.

  • Manually harvested and crio-macerated grapes. Low-pressed and controlled fermentation at 16ºC for about 18 days. Aged for 7 months in fine lees. 4 years shelf life, inerting process and sterilization by plates.

  • “80 Clicks” is a wine of great aromatic intensity, with white flower highlights. Its salinity pairs very well with green apple and stone fruits. Fine, balanced mouthfeel with great structure thanks to its well integrated and composed acidity All of these characteristics allow for an elegant wine which makes you want to have another glass.


Serve from 6,5º-7,5ºC.

There is no need to decant the bottle, simply open it a few minutes before serving.


  • The vineyards of the Rias Baixas DO are authentic smallholdings where the number of farmers doubles the number of hectares.
  • Wines are always stored horizontally in a cool place where temperatures don’t go above 18ºC
  • It is important to open the bottles or decant them before consumption depending on the type of wine.


Any kind of fish and seafood
Rice with fish
White cheese
Fig foie