Sherry is one of the most famous fortified white wine varieties. It is mainly produced in the coastal town Jerez to the southwest of Spain.
Cava is the most prestigious Spanish sparkling wine. It is produced mainly in the Catalunya region, where the word means “cellar”.
[Grape Variety] Earthy, undistinguished Catalan variety
[Grape Variety] Appley Catalan variety mostly used in the production of Cava
Rioja DOCa is the leading wine region of Spain, and considered one of the five best-known and most prestigious wine-producing regions of the world.
There are seven key wine regions in Spain: Catalunya, Castilla-Leon, Castilla-La Mancha, Rioja, Navarra, Galicia and Sherry. Today let’s briefly talk about the signature wines and grape varieties for each region.
[Grape Variety] Spain's most important quality red variety, forming the backbone of Rioja and Ribera del Duero, where it's known as Tinto Fino.
[Grape Variety] Xinomavro is, quite possibly, the greatest of Greece's red grapes and, quite definitely, a wine lover's wine.
What wine has the scent of cigar box? Is it a good thing if the flavour of a wine is "tightly knit"?
[Grape Variety] Like Muscat, this is an ancient, Mediterranean-based variety, whose heartland is Italy