Martín Códax Winery

Its name, Martín Códax, refers to a Galician troubador from the 13th century, whose songs are preserved in the oldest of all Galician-Portuguese songbooks to date. The winery was founded in April of 1985. Since then, to cope with continued expansion, growth has been based on the selection of lots, planting of vineyards and establishing long-term supply agreements with independent producers chosen for the quality of their grapes. This allowed the winery to count on approximately 250 hectares of the best vineyards, distributed over 2,400 lots. This diversity contributes to wines that are aromatically rich, balanced and with a variety of nuances. But the development of the company was not solely based on production. The key to success has been sustained in large part to the team, taking a stake in innovation, ambitious research projects in collaboration with universities and scientific institutions and the decided focus on the market.  The Martín Códax albariño is made with grapes that come exclusively from selected lots in "Val do Salnés", following a rigurous and diligent process that guarantees the purity of the variety and the traditional essence of the wines originating in this valley. Thus, alongisde the Martín Códax albariño, a classic among the albariños of the area, the winery's range is complemented by Burgáns, a modern and surprising production concept that achieves greater smoothness; by Organistrum, an elegant and sophisticated wine that is partially fermented in casks; and Martín Códax Lías, a young wine on lees which stands out for its smoothness in the mouth and strong notes. Finally, there is Martín Códax Gallaecia, the first late harvest of albariño in history. What began 25 years ago as a challenge has become a reality, with presence in 45 countries, putting Martín Códax winery as an emblem and spearhead of Galician wines outside our borders. 


Burgáns, 91, 36633, Vilariño - Cambados
Tel:+34 986 526 040 Fax:+34 986 526 901


From November to February: Monday thru Friday at 12:00 and 16:30. In March, April, May and October: Monday thru Friday at 12:00 and 17:30. Saturdays and holidays at 12:00 and 13:00; Sundays and Tuesdays: closed to visits. From June to September: Monday thru Friday at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 16:30 and 19:00; Saturdays and holidays at 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00; Sundays: closed.


  • Accessible
  • Bus parking onsite
  • Car parking onsite
  • Events hall
  • Signage on the road
  • Terrace


  • Event organisation
  • Pay with credit card
  • Sale of wines
  • White wine production