Spanish wines OROVINO
Situated at the southwest of Europe, Spain has almost 1,2 million hectares of vineyards, which makes the country with the biggest extension of cultivation of vines in the world - more than 15% of the total world - although is only the third when is about the production, after Italy and France. This is mainly, partially, because of low density of vines in the dry climate and infertile soil of majority wine growing spanish regions.
The variety of native spanish grapes is abundant, with more than 600 native varieties planted all around the country, although approximately 80% of wine production at the national level is elaborated with only 20 varieties, amongst which are outstanding: Monastrell, Tempranillo, Garnacha, Carinena, Mencia, Prieto Picudo, Albarino, Godello, Verdejo, Moscatel and Macabeo.
- Atun Claro
- Garnacha Tintorera
- Sauvignon Blanc