Viña Nora is located in the heart of Condado do Tea, bordering Portugal. Condado do Tea is the only inland sub-region out of the five Rías Baixas sub-regions. This unique location is noted for its granite and stone soils and less rainfall than the region's average. These features favor an early maturation of the grapes, resulting in wines with characteristic expression of Albariño and the terroir.
Viña Nora owns 39.5 acres of vines that grow in a mix of washed and decomposed granite and stone soils, which regulates the day's heat. The vines can avoid excessive humidity during the night and favor a better maturation. The winery also supervises about 100 small winegrowers who grow grapes throughout Condado do Tea, Val do Salnés and Ribeira do Ulla and provide Viña Nora with their grapes.