This Spanish region is attracting a growing following for its wines, as its wineries and growers work together to promote and develop their reputation.
With its distinctive wines, regional gastronomy and unique visitor attractions, Jumilla has plenty to offer wine tourists. Andrew Black rounds up the highlights and recommends white, rosé and sweet wines to try.
With its generous climate, Jumilla has always been a producer of red wines, but today the styles are evolving. Andrew Black introduces the rising stars who are pioneering the region’s next generation reds and recommends bottles to try.
Perfectly suited to organic viticulture, this historic Spanish DO is a leading light in sustainable wine-growing. Simon Field MW explores the unique qualities of the region and introduces six producers to look out for.
Rioja’s Bodegas Corral has committed to organic growing and sustainability in its winery. Chris Losh gives an overview of the green strategy; while Natasha Hughes MW tastes and rates the new Ecológico and Vine Roots wines.
Starting from 2021, Tinazzi has launched its brand-new project, to add value to its already existing portfolio: two lines of products - one from Veneto and the other one from Puglia – entirely dedicated to organic wines.
In addition to producing some of South Africa’s finest wines, Journey’s End is committed to sustainable farming practices as well as environmental and ethical projects to help its local community.
Winemaker Javier Martínez de Salinas of Bodegas Ondarre has spent years studying the vineyards of Viana in Rioja. He tells Decanter about the unique characteristics of wines from this special village.
For Rioja producer Conde de los Andes, time and the vineyard hold the key to the secret of producing unique, ageworthy wines.
One of Rioja’s most recognisable labels, Faustino continues to go from strength to strength with its latest award at DWWA 2020 – a celebration of the legacy that has won it a legion of loyal fans around the world.