Spain’s Best Vineyards

In Spain each wine region has something different to offer. Spain has the biggest vineyard surface in the world and each of Spain’s 17 region produces wine under 69 different denomination of origin.


Bodegas Menade

Wine Region: Castilla y León

Wines: Sauvignon, Tempranillo

Owner / Winemaker: Alejandra, Marco and Richard Sanz

Our aim is to blend tradition and technology in order that our vines be molycoddled: to be in tune with our environment and the natural orders of things on the basis of getting the best out of both worlds …


Bodegas Vivanco

Wine Region: Rioja

Wines: Parcelas de Graciano Colección Rioja

Owner / Winemaker: Rafael Vivanco Sáenz

Pedro Vivanco González, began to produce the grapes from a small vineyard that had the family in Alberite (La Rioja). Not was easy produce wine in those times for a small winemaker. And less to sell it. …
Familia Torres

Wine Region: Penedès

Wines: Mas de la Rosa, Reserva Real

Owner / Winemaker: Miguel A. Torres

In 1870, Jaime Torres Vendrell, together with his brother Miguel, founded the company and built the winery in front of the Vilafranca del Penedès railway station. In 1964, Miguel A. Torres introduces …
González Byass

Wine Region: Jerez, Spain

Wines: Tio Pepe, Anada Palo Cortado

Owner / Winemaker: Mauricio González-Gordon y Díez

The vineyard has a 185-year history and also produces of the iconic Tio Pepe brand. A shining example of the winemaking tradition of the 19th century, Bodegas Tío Pepe is a spectacular winery located …
La Rioja AltaIn 1890 five Riojan and Basque families founded the Sociedad Vinicola de La Rioja Alta in Haro's Station District. La Rioja Alta combines the wisdom of tradition and latest wine-making processes. In …
Marqués de RiscalIn 1858 Marqués de Riscal was founded by D. Guillermo Hurtado de Amézaga. Marqués de Riscal was the first non-French wine to win the diploma of honor of the Bordeaux Exhibition. This diploma was added …

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