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This small but very special selection of premium wines from Spain has been carefully selected and is regularly updated. Almost all wines are rated at over 90 points by Guía Peñin. > New visitor?
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The peninsula of Denia forms with the subzone "La Marina" the smaller of the two-part wine region of Alicante. Traditional cultivation land for the wines from D.O. Alicante is the bigger part of the subzone Alcante.
The D.O. Bierzo is nestled in a mountainous region in the northwest of the province of León, called El Bierzo and covers an area of 3,000 km2. El Bierzo is divided into two sub-zones: El Bierzo Alto and El Bierzo Bajo.
The wines of the D.O. Bullas have an individual character given by the Monastrell grape. Characteristic of this wine region is its fresh climate with heavy rain and thunderstorms, rolling across the country from the mountain ranges.
The D.O. Ca. Priorat is an ancient culture and wine region of enchanting scenic attraction. It is a wild, rugged, magnificent mountain landscape with extremely steep ravines, dark volcanic shale and picturesque old villages.
The growing area in the upper reaches of the river Ebro is famous for its red wines, which are characterized by the Tempranillo, the noblest among the independent Spanish grape, giving the wines elegance and expressive, fruity flavors.
The wines from the D.O. Campo de Borja are characterized by their unique balance. They are dense, powerful, full-bodied and possess impeccable fruit flavors. The wine region is an extension of Navarre, which extends south of the River Ebro to Zaragoza.
Cava occupies a special position among the quality wines in Spain. It is a wine of protected origin areas with the highest standards. The origin of Cava though is not limited to one single region.
Located in southeastern Spain the D.O. Jumilla extends over an area between the coastal strip on the Mediterranean and Castile-La Mancha and is characterized by broad valleys and plains, bordered by mountains. This D.O. protects the production of two areas: the provinces of Murcia and Albacete.
The D.O. Montsant was founded in 2003 and was previously known under the name Falset, as one of the three subzones of the DO Tarragona. It was named after the Montsant massif. The vineyards are located on spectacular slopes next to olive groves and forests.
The D.O. Ribera del Duero is undoubtedly the best-known and most famous wine-growing region of Spain, with wonderful, complex red wines. From limestone and chalk arise also some internationally respected cult wines.
Rueda is a wine-growing region in Spain. It is located in Castile between the wine regions of Ribera del Duero and Toro and ranges in the north to the Duero. Rueda is known for its white wine. The main grape variety is Verdejo with 5380 ha. In the DO approved the grape Verdejo, Viura (Macabeo or), Sauvignon Blanc and Palomino.
Toro is one of the Spanish regions along the River Duero. The production area is located in the central eastern part of the province of Zamora, which was for centuries the most important wine producer in Castile and León.
The wine-growing region Castilla is the largest contiguous vineyard region in the world. It extends across the whole of Castile in the center and north-west Spain and comprises two autonomous regions Castilla La Mancha (New Castile) as well as Castile and Leon (Old Castile).
The D.O.P. El Terrerazo was founded on September 2010, as published in the Official Journal of the Generalitat Valenciana.
There are in it some of the elements that define the uniqueness of their region and the wine also names as Vino de Pago.