Cards of Wine

Spanish Wine Regions



Rioja is a famous wine region in the north-central part of Spain.

The region is best known for the red Rioja Wine.

Rioja is a blend of the indigenous grape of Spain, Tempranillo, along with other fruity additives like Garancha, Mazuelo, and Graciano.


Navarra is located north of Rioja.

The wines from Navarra are similar to those of Rioja but less expensive.

Navarra is best known for the dry rosé wine Navarra Rosado.

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Ribera di Duero

Ribera del Duero is a wine region that boasts quality red wines.

The region attracts wine-lovers from around the globe with Tempranillo wines.


The Rueda wine region is located in the dry regions of Castilla y Leon.

The vines in this region have to work hard to grow and you can taste this in the White Rueda made mainly from the Verdejo grape.

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Toro is located in the same dry regions as Rueda (Castilla y Leon).

Due to high temperatures, sunshine, and low rainfall the area produces strong, high-alcohol wines.

Tempranillo is the dominant grape. It is locally known as Tinta de Toro.

Some Garnacha is grown for use in Toro Rosado, as well as some Malvasia Blanca and Verdejo for use in white Toro Blanco.

Penedes Catalonia

Penedes is best known for Cava.

Cava is known as the Spanish version of Champagne.

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Rias Baixas

Rias Baixas (lower Rias) is located in north-west Spain.

The region produces the best Spanish Albariño wines.


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Valencia is a small wine region located at the sunny east coast of Spain.


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Jerez Andalusia

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