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Wines by Region
 
Spanish wine appelations are called Designation of Origin (D.O.) and there are 66 in the country. A Designation of Origin is a type of geographical indication which ensures a particular style of wine and characteristics which are essential and exclusive to the wine region in which it is produced. Producers who qualify for the Designation of Origin, must maintain the highest possible quality and also follow certain traditional uses in production, which includes the use of the region's traditional grapes.
 If you prefer to browse by grape variety or other charasterstics, please use one of the following tags:

 

 

 
Andalucia
 
There are seven denominations of origin in the region of Andalucía, we bring you spectacular dessert and sherry wines from D.O. Montilla-Moriles and red wines from D.O. Vinos de la Tierra de Cádiz.​
D.O. MONTILLA-MORILES

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VINOS DE CADIZ

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Balearic Islands
 
The wine culture in the Balearic Islands comes from a very early stage. In 123 a. C. the Romans invaded the islands, which stayed under the Roman Empire for over 1000 years. This is when the Balearic wine industry started gaining importance, specially in Mallorca.​
D.O. MALLORCA, VI DE LA TIERRA

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Catalonia
 
Priorat and Montsant are the most important wine regions in Catalonia, this wine country is also the birthplace of the sparkling wine, Cava. We bring you 5 very special wines from D.O. Montsant, Beer from Barcelona and Sangría from Tarragona. From Catalonia we also bring the award winning Planetes de Nin, one of the Top 50 wines of 2016 in New Zealand, from the DOQ* of Priorat.
D.O.  MONTSANT

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D.O.Q.  PRIORAT

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Castilla y Leon
 

There are nine denominations of origin in the region of Castilla León, from west to east: Bierzo, Toro, Arribes, Tierra de León, Tierra de Zamora, Cigales, Rueda, Ribera del Arlanza and Ribera del Duero. We bring you delicious reds from the internationally acclaimed D.O. Ribera del Duero and whites from D.O. Rueda.

D.O.  RIBERA DEL DUERO

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D.O.  RUEDA

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D.O.  BIERZO

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Galicia
 

Galicia is located in the north west of Spain and it holds 5 Denominations of Origen: Monterrei, Rias Baixas, Ribeiro, Valdeorras and Ribeira Sacra. 

We bring you Albariño wines from the D.O. Rias Baixas.

 
D.O.  RIAS BAIXAS

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Madrid
 

There are 3 subregions in this wine region: Arganda del Rey, Navalcarnero and San Martín de Valdeiglesias. Bernabeleva winery is located in this last subregion and we bring you two excellent examples of garnacha and albillo produced in this area. Over 8,000 hectares of vineyards are planted in Madrid, the majority of production are young reds and whites, some of the reds are used for excellent Crianzas: the period of aging in oak barrels must be of a minimum of 6 months, followed by aging in bottle to complete two years.

D.O.  VINOS DE MADRID

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Navarra
 
Navarra is located in the north of Spain, in the foothills of the Pyrenées and its D.O. wine region is divided into 5 subregions: Valdizarbe, Baja Montaña, Tierra Estrella, Ribera Alta and Ribera Baja. Navarra enjoys an exceptional unique situation in the Iberian Peninsula: the confluence of the Atlantic, Continental and Mediterranean climates. The proximity of Biscay, the influence of the Pyrenees and the Ebro Valley allow this varied weather.
 
D.O.  NAVARRA

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La Rioja
 
La Rioja is the most famous wine region in Spain, climate and type of soil have contributed to split La Rioja into three areas: Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alavesa. La Rioja is home of the renowned Marques de Riscal cellars, where on of the most inconic buildings in the world seats, The City of Wine, designed by Frank Gehry.
D.O.Q.  LA RIOJA

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Valencia
 
The region of Valencia is located on the south east side of Spain on the Mediterranean coast. We bring you wines from the following Denominations of Origen: D.O. Utiel -Requena , D.O. El Terrerazo and D.O. Jumilla which shares part of the region of Murcia. 
 
PAGO EL TERRERAZO

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