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Spanish WinesSpain is one of the largest grape-growing and winemaking countries in the world, with numerous diverse wine regions. The most famous regions for red wine are Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Toro and Priorat. Up and coming regions include Bierzo, Jumilla and Navarra. White wine regions include Rueda and Rias Baixas.
The most common grape used in red wine is Tempranillo, which is the predominant grape in Rioja, Ribera del Duero (known there as Tinto de Pais) and Toro (known there as Tinto de Toro). Grenache, or Garnacha in Spanish, may be the main grape in the Southern Rhone valley of France, but more Garnacha is grown in Spain than anywhere else. Syrah and Camernet Sauvignon have made inroads in Spain as well.
White wine varieties include Albariño, Macabeo (Veura), Verdejo and Godello.
Los Bermejos Tinto Barrica 2010
100% Listán Negro aged 3 months in French Allier barriques.... more
Juan Matías Torres Pérez is a fifth-generation vinegrower from La Palma. Today, Juan and his family make traditional-style wines from their own two hectares (five acres) of vines located in Fuencaliente. 1999 was the first vintage that they bottled ... more
Dark cherry color with violet tones. Clean and pleasant aromas of berries, blueberries, cherries, plums, along with some balsamic. Smooth palate, good structure.2010: 90 Points
- Josh Raynolds, Steve Tanzer's International Wine ... more
The cultivation of the Malvasia grape in this region is not easy! The vines grow on the island’s well known volcanic soils, locally known as “picón,” in the region of Geria. This soil creates quick drainage as well as evaporation of the already ... more