With about 950,000 hectares, Spain is the first country in the world to be a vineyard area in all 17 Autonomous Communities.
Andalusia is expressed in white berry wines such as Moscatel, but let us not forget the Sherry of Jerez. In Navarra, Rioja and Ribera del Duero wines are generally red, full, ripe and fragrant with Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes.
Interesting and rich in diversity is the area of Catalonia with the Spanish classic Cava method and Mendall with a preference for red wines, with the predominance of Garnacha.
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