Red wine
white wine

Español

types of wine
wine tasting
wine terms

Who are we?

What is wine?

Types of wine

Other derivatives

Elaboration process

Tasting

Wine in the world

Links

wine cellars
wine racks
wine bottles
vineyards

Wine in the world

online wine store

Red wines:

Alicante (Monastrell grape)

Denomination of Almansa origin (Monastrell and Garnacha grapes)

Denominattion of Bierzo origin (comes from Mencía, Garnacha Tintorera grapes)

Denomination of Bullas origin (Monastrell and Tempranillo grapes)

Denomination of Campo de Borja origin (Garnacha, Cencibel, Mazuela and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes)

Denomination of Calatayud origin (Garnacha, Mazuela, Tempranillo, Monastrell grapes)

Cariñena

Denomination of Rivera del Guadiana, Tierra de Barros, Cañamero and Montánchez origin

Denomination of Cigales origin (Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes)

Costers del Segre (Garnacha, Tempranillo, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Monastrell, Trepat, Cariñena grapes)

Empordá-Costa Brava (cariñena and Garnacha grapes)

Penedès ( Xarel•lo, Parellada grapes)

Pla de Bages (Tempranillo, Garnacha, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes)

Denomination of Pla Llevant, Majorca origin (Callet, Fogoneu, Tempranillo, Manto Negro, Merlot grapes)

Priorat (Garnacha and Cariñena grapes)

Rías Baixas (red Caiño, Sousón, Espadeiro and Brancellao grapes)

Ribeiro (Caiño, Garnacha, Ferrón, Sousón, Brancellao grapes)

Ribera del Duero (Tempranillo grapes).

White wines:

Alella (Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pansa Blanca grapes)

Almansa (Merseguera grapes)

Bierzo (Doña Blanca, Godello, Malvasía, Palomino grapes)

Bullas (Macabeo and Airén grapes)

Cigales (Verdejo, Albillo, Viura grapes)

Condado de Huelva (Zalema grapes)

Costers del Segre (Macabeo, Parellada, Xarello, Chardonnay grapes)

Manchuela (Albillo, Macabeo, Sauvignon Blanc grapes)

Mondéjar (Malvar, Macabeo and Torrontés grapes)

Montilla - Moriles (Pedro Ximénez, Baladí-Verdejo, Airén, Montepila, little grain Moscatel)

Navarra (Chardonnay grapes)

Pla de Bages (Macabeo, Parellada, Picapoll grapes)

Pla i Llevant, Mallorca (Macabeo, Parellada, Chardonnay, Moscatel grapes)

Rías Baixas (Albariño, Treixadura, Caiño Blanco, Torrontés grapes)

Rueda (Sauvignon Blanc grape)

Valdeorras (Palomino, Gordello and Doña Blanca grape)

Valdepeñas (Blanca Airén grape)

Valencia (Planta nova, Tortosí, Merseguera, Macabeo, Malvasía, Pedro Ximénez, Pedralba grapes)

Vinos de Madrid (Malvar, Albillo and Airén grapes)

Yecla (Merseguera and Verdil grapes)

Claret Wines:

Navarra (Garnacha)

Rioja (Garnacha)

Utiel-Requena (Bobal)

Sparkling wines:

Cataluña and Rioja (Xarel.lo, Parellada, Macabeo, Chardonnay, Raventos Blanc, Garmona, Pares Balta grapes)

País Vasco (Txacolí grapes)

Fortified wines:

Condado de Huelva ( Listán de Huelva, Palomino fino, Garrido fino, Pedro Ximénez grapes; in 86% of the area Zalema grapes are grown)

Jerez (Palomino grapes)

Montilla - Moriles (Pedro Ximénez grapes, little grain Moscatel)

Málaga (Pedro Ximénez, Moscatel grapes)

Navarra (Moscatel grapes)

Wine in the World - Next Article


wine bottle stoppers

Check our friends' websites

wine and cheese baskets

wine

California wines

liquor stores

Argentinian wines

wine tasting

Italian wines

shopping wine

French wines
kosher wine
wine accessory
wine glass holder
discount wine glasses
imported wines
best wines

wine | wine grapes | wine types | wine drinks | wine elaboration process | wine tasting 1 | wine types | wine drinks | wine elaboration process | wine tasting | world wines

links

Web Design by Log Technology