The second largest wine producing country with a plethora of different styles from sparkling Cava, red,white rose, Brandy and Sherry (Jerez). Romans may have brought winemaking to the country but the Conquistadors spread the word to many parts of the New World. Although 400 different grape varieties are planted in Spain the vast majority of wines are from their mainstay of Tempranillo, Garnacha, Verdejo, Monastrell and Albarino. It is the lesser known areas of Spain where some of the most exciting wines are coming from Priorat, Jumilla, Ribera del Duero and The Balearics. Steer off the beaten track and explore the smaller ‘country’ wines and you will not be disappointed.
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