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Wine was introduced to Spain by the Phoenicians in 800 BC.

Spanish red wines offer exceptional value and a bold entry into the red wines of Europe. 

Spanish wine regions

Rioja Wine Region​: This Spanish wine region is located in North-Central Spain, near the Ebro River.

Priorat Wine Region: The Prioriat wine region is famous due to the fact ...

Wine was introduced to Spain by the Phoenicians in 800 BC.

Spanish red wines offer exceptional value and a bold entry into the red wines of Europe. 

Spanish wine regions

Rioja Wine Region​: This Spanish wine region is located in North-Central Spain, near the Ebro River.

Priorat Wine Region: The Prioriat wine region is famous due to the fact that most vineyards are built on scarily steep terraces that climb the hills and mountains Priorat.

Ribera del Duero Wine Region: Located on the elevated plateau in the southern plains of Burgos province, it stretches along the Duero river. 




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  • Ribera del Duero

    At the beginning Ribera del Duero was known only as the home of Vega Sicilia but now boasts numerous bodegas of outstanding quality, from Pesquera to Condado de Haza.

    The region has today over 170 wineries and more than 18,000 hectares of vines (no white wines permitted).

    Perhaps nowhere else in the world does the Tempranillo grape variety reach such heights, making wines with body, deep color, and finesse.

  • Priorat

    Priorat is one of the stand-out Spanish wine regions, with an extraordinary leap in wine quality, reputation and price over the 1990s.

    This small wine appellation, with 1,700 hectares of vines and just over 60 bodegas, lies to the west of the province of Tarragona in Catalonia. 

    Amazingly rich, powerful red wines — made primarily from Garnacha and Carignan, two of Spain’s native varieties — have emerged from the harsh landscape of this region.

  • Rioja

    Rioja is known primarily for its red wines, although it also makes whites from the Viura and Malvasia grapes.

    The principal grape in Rioja is Tempranillo, Spain’s greatest red variety. But regulations permit another three varieties for reds — Garnacha (Grenache), Graciano (Carignan), and Mazuelo.

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