Recent years have seen the emergence of a new wave of Spanish wine, which reflects the country’s diversity. The modernisation that swept through the wine regions in the 1990s brought a new generation of dynamic winemakers, significant investment, innovative techniques, international grape varieties and a radical move towards the fruit-driven wine styles favoured in international markets.
Although the Rioja region and red Tempranillo grape continue to dominate the Spanish wine scene, high quality white grape varieties such as Albariño are gaining ground, while, Monastrell, Garnacha, Tintorera and Mencia are producing exciting, elegant and good value reds.
Please take the time to browse through our wines from Spain selection, set out below in regional categories. By adopting this approach we hope to provide for a greater understanding of the places, vineyards, grapes, and styles of the wines of Spain.