The very small and new region of Ribera Sacra is starting to make a name for itself. Located inland in Galicia it is about a couple of hours east of Rias Biaxas. Thus, it is slightly warmer and drier while still benefiting from a cool climate. It covers the confluence of the River Sil and River Miño. Yields tend to be low and are mandated at under 77 hectoliters/hectare (just over 3.5 tons/acre). The reds are made mostly from Mencia and are known for their power and elegance.