WINERY ORGANIZATIONS: SPAIN
countries know how to party and relax like Spain. When you visit,
stay out until the wee hours dancing, roll out of bed and see
sites like Antonio Gaudi's Sagrada Familia
church, rest up by taking a siesta, then enjoy excellent wine
and the company of friends over a large helping of paella.
Wines of Spain
This website of importer Coleción Internacional
del Vino exposes consumers to the many different wines of Spain.
The company works with both growers and producers, as well as the
trade and press to expand knowledge of this wine region.
Rías Baixas Wines
Rías Baixas (ree-ahs-buy-shuss) is the most important Denomination of Origin (DO) in the Galicia region of northwestern Spain. The DO was formally established in 1988 and owes its acclaim to the white Albariño grape. It is the only exclusively white wine DO in Spain.
Wines from Rioja
Rioja, a region of northern Spain, produces a variety of wines at multiple price points. Wines From Rioja is a partnership between the governing body for wines from the region of Rioja and Wines From Spain, under the auspices of the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade. It is dedicated to promoting exports, tourism and knowledge of both Rioja wines and the region where they are produced.
Wines from Valencia
A consortium of 80 wineries in the Valencia appellation of origin in Spain, Wines of Valencia was formed to build awareness of their region, wineries and wine. Currently, the consortium is promoting five wineries in the United States: Anecoop, Baron de Turis, Bodegas Enguera, Cherubino and El Villar.
Wines of Garnacha
Garnacha, or Grenache as it's called in France and Italy, comes in a variety of styles from around the world, but is mainly produced in eastern Spain. The wine can be red, white or rosé and is one of the most popular Mediterranean varietals in production. Wines of Garnacha looks to inform consumers on the origin, history and winemaking practices of this dynamic varietal.