Lanzarote Wines: Volcanic Treasures

The grapes used to make DO Lanzarote wines are cultivated in a singular manner, yielding equally unique wines, particularly those made from the predominant white Malvasía Volcánica grapes. It takes less than thirty minutes to drive this wine route from start to finish, but we recommend taking your time to savor each and every stop along the way.

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Wine Match
Wine match: T-bone steak
Wine match: Red wine

Tantalizing aroma of a steak sizzling on the grill? Tempranillo or Tinta del País from DO Ribera del Duero is an up and coming red wine that is definitely steak friendly. In fact, Tempranillo red wine is considered the ideal wine to pair with beef.

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Empordà DO

Growers and winemakers in the vineyards of Empordà have turned their attention to healthier clones of vines and new fermentation technology. As a result this area promises to become a producer of...

Spanish Grapes

Spanish Red Wine Grapes

The tendency to make single-variety wines, dominant in Spain for decades, has led to an increased interest in the identification and authenticity of native varieties. In total, there are more than a hundred majority varieties grown in Spain, distributed throughout the country and present in the different Designations of Origin as authorized varieties.

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