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How wine came to Spain

The history of wine in Spain is so old that no one really knows who first brought vines to the area. By the time the Phoenicians arrived some 3,000 years ago and founded what are now the cities of Cadiz and Jerez, viticulture was well established and Spanish wines became widely traded throughout the Mediterranean and North Africa. Have fun with a book of the dead demo


Why Spanish wine is different

The uniqueness and authenticity of Spanish wines also stem from their strong regional ties to the native grape varieties used to make them—which are as diverse as Spain’s wine regions. Although winemakers are permitted to grow and sell international varieties (such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay), Spain’s true claim to fame is its native grape varieties grown in specific regions throughout the country.


Wine Experiences in Spain

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Luxury Basque Gourmet Experience

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Bilbao Getaway & Rioja Private Tour

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Wine & Pintxos Tour In Laguardia

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Wine De Luxe

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Rioja Alavesa Culture

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