Spain has a longstanding tradition of winemaking with many wine regions throughout the country. Learn more about some of Spain’s famous wine regions!
Rioja has perfected the art of producing exceptional red wines. The region is primarily known for its Tempranillo grape variety. Visitors to Rioja can explore the numerous wineries dotting the landscape, from small family-run estates to larger, internationally renowned houses.
Catalonia is home to the world-famous cava, a sparkling wine made in the traditional method. The Penedès region, just a short drive from Barcelona, is the birthplace of cava, and visitors can tour the underground cellars and witness the process of crafting these bubbles. The Priorat region produces robust red wines that have gained international acclaim.
Andalusia is known for its fortified wine, Sherry, produced primarily in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Sherry, with its variety of styles ranging from bone-dry Fino to sweet Pedro Ximénez. Here you can explore the ancient bodegas of Jerez that showcase the diversity of Sherry.
Ribera del Duero
Renowned for its powerful and elegant red wines, primarily crafted from the indigenous Tempranillo grape, Ribera del Duero has gained international recognition for its exceptional quality. Visitors can tour the modern wineries and historical estates and sample wines that embody the region.
Just like the food, Spain’s wine regions offer a wide variety so there’s something for everyone. Try any of our products here at Olivo Amigo for a taste of Spain!