Spanish wines

Spain has more grapes planted than any other country, but still ranks third after Italy and France in production. 

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Escondite del Ardacho Las Guillermas 2016
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 102.00
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Los Corrillos 2016
Rioja, Spain
Malvasia
BGN 89.90
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Vina Coqueta Reserva 2008
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 109.00
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Valteiro 2015
Galicia, Spain
Maria Ardona
BGN 66.00
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Pezas de Portela 2015
Galicia, Spain
Godello
BGN 72.00
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Barbadillo Manzanilla Solear 0.375ml
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 11.00
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Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez La Cilla
Andalusia, Spain
Pedro Ximenez
BGN 49.90
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Pedro Ximenez VOS 20 years
Andalusia, Spain
Pedro Ximenez
BGN 164.90
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Valdegines 2014
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 139.00
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Priorat DOQ Vinyes Velles 2015
Catalonia, Spain
Grenache
BGN 92.90
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Priorat DOQ Ferrer Bobet 2015
Catalonia, Spain
Grenache
BGN 74.90
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Ekam 2017
Catalonia, Spain
Riesling
BGN 60.90
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Quest 2014
Catalonia, Spain
Cabernet Sauvignon
BGN 88.90
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Remirez de Ganuza Gran Reserva 2009
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 241.90
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Torre Solar Tempranillo Syrah 2018
Castilla y León, Spain
Syrah
BGN 13.90
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Torre Solar Macabeo Sobre Lias 2019
Castilla y León, Spain
Макабео
BGN 13.90
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Barbadillo Manzanilla Rama-Saca Verano 0.375ml 2018
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 29.90
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Barbadillo Oloroso VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 263.90
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Barbadillo Palo Cortado VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 250.00
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Barbadillo Amontillado VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 270.00
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Escondite del Ardacho: Las Paredes Rioja Red 2017
Rioja, Spain
Grenache
BGN 110.90
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Escondite del Ardacho: El Abundillano Rioja Red 2017
Rioja, Spain
Grenache
BGN 79.00
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Los Corrillos: Vinaspre Rioja Red 2017
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 83.00
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Los Corrillos: Rock-Abo Rioja Red 2017
Rioja, Spain
Viura
BGN 83.00
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Amontillado VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 140.00
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Palo Cortado VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Palomino fino
BGN 190.00
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Remirez de Ganuza Reserva 2011
Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo
BGN 169.00
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Más Buscados Tempranillo, Syrah, Petit Verdot 2019
Ла Манша, Spain
Syrah
BGN 13.90
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Te Quiero Field Blend 2019
Rioja, Spain
Blend
BGN 11.90
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Vega Sicilia Unico 2010
Spain
Cabernet Sauvignon
BGN 749.00
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Centelleo Tempranillo Syrah 2019
Castilla y León, Spain
Syrah
BGN 10.90
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Treixadura Expression Pazo do Mar 2020
Рибейро, Spain
Трейшадура
BGN 24.00
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Albarino Mar de Frades 2019
Rías Baixas, Spain
Albariño
BGN 35.50
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Mar de Frades Albarino Brut Nature
Galicia, Spain
Albariño
BGN 52.90
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Juve & Camps Reserva Brut Nature Vintage 2016
Spain
Макабео Това е привлекателна, светла, бледозлатиста на цвят кава. Не...
BGN 39.90
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Hoya de Cadenas Cava Semi Seco
Spain
Макабео Сламено жълт цвят, със зеленикави тонове. Аромати на зелена ...
BGN 16.00

Spain has more grapes planted than any other country, but still ranks third after Italy and France in production. The reason for this is rooted entirely in the typical soil and climatic features that determine the lower yields compared to other countries. Spain is home to the excellent red Spanish wines from Ribera del Duero, Rioja (produced from Tempranillo grapes) and the classic wines from Catalonia - Priorat (mainly Cabernet, Tempranillo and other local varieties), which can compete in quality with any other country. However, the country is best known for the unique sherries produced in the southwestern part of the country with the city center of Jerez.

What are the varieties and regions in Spain?
Spain is divided into several regions, just like the other wine-producing countries, each with its own varieties and specific oenological practices. The country is mostly known for its red wines, but recently some whites have come to the fore, mostly from the Albarinho variety. Due to the specifics of the climate with high temperatures and prolonged sunshine, white wines from Spain are more saturated, dense and in general with higher alcohol content, but they pair great with local seafood delicacies. Of the red varieties, the most common is Tempranillo, a leading variety in Rioja and Ribera del Duero, followed by Garnacha (French Grenache) and other international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and others. The region of Jerez, where the famous sherry wines are produced in typical Solera systems, is especially revered. Here the main varieties are Palomino, which is used mainly for dry sherry, Pedro Jimenez and Muscat - for sweet sherry.  

How to choose a good Spanish wine?
Undoubtedly, when one hears the combination of Spain and wine, the first thing that comes to mind is Rioja. Here it is important to know the classification in this appellation, where the ageing of the wines plays a key role. All top wines must be aged in French oak barrels, and the duration determines the name that the wine will receive for its label - Joven (short or no ageing), Crianza (released on the market at least 2 years after harvest, at least 1 year aged in barrel), Resеrva (released 3 years after harvest, with at least 1 year in the barrel) or Gran Reserva (released 5 years after harvest, of which 2 years in the barrel). These requirements are justified, as they are basically intended to soften and polish the tannin structure of Tempranillo, as well as to help integrate the generally high alcohol degrees. However, this retention of wines in the winery makes them expensive and more and more Spanish producers are turning their eyes to global trends towards a lighter character of the wines, with more fruity profile and less oak. Ribera del Duero and Priorat are the next suspects in the selection, where there is no such classification and heavy requirements for wines, but rather the grapes that serve as the basis of the wines are important and give the appearance of the final product - the local Tempranillo or French varieties in the Catalan region Priorat.