The region of Valdeorras is situated in the Province of Orense, almost in the limits to León and its the natural door to Galicia. It takes up around 3.000 ha. of the river Sil Valley. It embraces areas like: O Barco de Valdeorras, O Bolo, Carballeda de Valdeorras, Larouco, Petín, A Rúa, Rubiá y Villamartín de Valdeorras.
The region finds itself surrounded by a deep, bright and fertile Valley where the river Sil gentle goes by, owner of a magic granite and slate landscape , red and black land with chestnut trees, vines and olive trees.
Valdeorras, is crossed from east to west by the via XVIII or Via Nova that joins together Braga and Astorga, It was a free way land and destination of the Roman legions that came to exploit the gold mines and where under the protection of abenign Mediterranean-Atlantic microclimate, planted the first wine vines.