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World of Wine

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World of Wine

Red Wine Grapes

In this section we have listed some information about red grape varietals that constitute the majority of the grape varietals used to produce both red and rosé wines, dessert and fortified wines, as well as some cavas that we have in our catalogue. Many of these grape varietals are well-known to the world; however, there are always new varietals to be discovered. Some of these varietals are very rare and have very limited productions; we hope to introduce you to some new red grape varietals!

White Wine Grapes

Between different wines, one of the major factors that distinguish wines is the grape varietals and blends that are used to produce these wines. As far as white grape varietals are concerned, there has been great success in Spain for recovering native varietals from extinction, despite such low yields for many rare varietals. In addition, many foreign grape varietals that have been introduced into Spain have been very successful in this climate and are currently being used to craft incredible white wines and sparkling wines. In this section we briefly explain the specific characteristics of different white grape varietals, their character, and how they make our wines so unique.

Wineries

In this section of the website you can find out specific information on each on the winery for all of the wines in our catalogue. We give a quick outline of their histories, where the wineries are located, what varietals these wineries cultivate, what wines they offer, and if they offer any tourist services. This is an excellent way to get to know better the world of wine.

Distilleries

This section is in reference to the producers who produce the spirits that we feature in our catalogue. We provide some background and history of these distilleries, where they are located, and by what means they crafted the spirits that we enjoy so much.

Denomination of Origin

In this section we outline the different legal denomination allocated to specific regions in Spain. Many of which are very well known; however, some are not well known at all (new denominations, and very small denominations). In this section it is our goal to share our knowledge of these denominations with you so that you can have a better idea of where your wine was crafted and why it is unique.