Spain is the third largest producer of wine in the world, with the largest amount of land area dedicated to vineyards. Still, Spanish wines tend to fly under the radar. From great value wines to collectible wines, from delicate whites to big, bold reds, Spain offers a bit of everything.
It would be a mistake to pigeonhole Spain into one category of wine, or one description of culture. Spain isn’t just one thing; there are so many different regional cultures, so many different microclimates and so many different styles of wine you do not want to miss. From drinking Alvarinho on a sailboat in the coastal Northwest, to having suckling pig with Verdejo in Rueda and slow cooked lamb with Tempranillo in Rioja, Spain is beautiful in its diversity of culture and style.
Through wines made by small producers in unique climates, and the stories we have to share about them, we aim to connect people to the many diverse cultures Spanish wines are born from.