Cabreiroa ia a soft, naturally-carbonated mineral water derived from springs in the Galicia region of Spain.
Bubbles are not too big or aggressive and the mix of minerals in the water provide a pleasant softness on the palate.
The secret of its excellent quality lies principally in its source and the natural environment where this is found. The origin of the spring is from a depth of over 100 metres, ensuring that its quality is as nature intended.
Located near the border with Portugal, in the south of the province of Ourense, Verin is surrounded by mountain massifs which form the Tamega basin, one of the main tributaries of the Douro. This region is particularly well known for its mineral waters and the castle of Monterrei, a defensive stronghold against Portugal in the 17th century.
The landscape of Verin is of incomparable beauty. Small rural villages dot the flatlands of the soft and winding hills of its valleys. The river Tamega, whose water is crystal clear, crosses the valley from North to South and bathers enjoy numerous spots at which to swim.
The temperatures in the surrounding mountains are cold, but more temperate in the valley, where it is denominated as between Atlantic and Continental. The summers are hot and the winters cold, although less wet.
The inhabitants of the region treat visitors to well-known dishes such as "cabrito al espeto" - got cooked over a fire on a spit and "tarte de castanas" - chesnut cake.
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