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Green Spain vineyards

Welcome to the Wines from Spain, Far from Ordinary, Spanish Wine Guide. Discover the exciting world of Spanish wines: an industry booming with unprecedented quality, diversity and value. Explore our wine regions and styles of wine, with maps and details on the unique geography, climate, soil and grapes with names like Albariño, Tempranillo and Verdejo.

Robust reds or crisp whites, refreshing rosés, sparkling cavas or luxe sherries – you’ll find plenty to choose from along with food parings, and tasting notes by wine expert Doug Frost, MS, MW. Spanish wines are aged at the winery so they’re ready to drink right now! You can search and shop Spanish wines by type, varietal, region, winery, vintage, price range and zip code, so you can not only find a great wine, you can find a retailer nearby. This is an excellent guide to an extensive sample of Spanish wines.  

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Far-from-Ordinary Spanish Wine Guide Puts You on the Right Track 1

Galician wine country

Welcome to the Wines from Spain, Far from Ordinary, Spanish Wine Guide. Here you can explore Spain’s wine regions and styles of wine, with maps and details on the unique geography, climate, soil and grapes with names like Albariño, Tempranillo and Verdejo.

Robust reds or crisp whites, refreshing rosés, sparkling cavas or luxe sherries – you’ll find plenty to choose from along with food pairings, and tasting notes by wine expert Doug Frost, MS, MW. Spanish wines are aged at the winery so they’re ready to drink right now. Here’s how the guide works: More…

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Spanish grapesThe second of a three-part series, this video discusses the broad range of soils, climates and grape varieties that give rise to the variety of Spanish wines. It looks at the wine regions of Jerez (sherry), La Mancha, Jumilla and Yecla, Toro, Rueda, etc., and points out an interesting fact you may not be aware of: All of the vines in Spain’s vineyards must still be grafted onto American rootstock, as the phylloxera plant louse that decimated European vineyards in the 19th century still poses a threat to non-grafted vines. More…