The diverse landscape of the Spanish wine scene ticks all the boxes and can provide everything you will ever need from full-bodied food friendly reds, to elegant crisp whites. Spanish winemakers are discovering new styles that are turning heads in the trade.

Spain was able to get a head start on the majority of the wine producing world, having a vast amount of indigenous grape varieties already growing in the country and a history of wine production dating back as early as 1100BC. However, it wasn’t until the 1950s that the wine became close to what we know and drink today, with the resurgence of Sherry and Rioja.

Whether you are after a citrusy, fresh, crisp wine such as Txakoli (pronounced chak-OH-lee) from the Northern region of Hondarribia or a rich, meaty Rioja, we are proud to have a selection of the very best Spain can offer.

We have once again expanded our Spanish range, this time with a pair of wines from family-run producer, Pazo do Mar, in Galicia. As well as introducing another family-run producer in the form of Ronsel do Sel. Situated in Ribeira Sacra, near Parada de Sil in the North West of Spain, Ronsel do Sel pride themselves on creating mineral driven wines from local varietals.

Badiola, Bodega Biniagual, Bodegas Lagar de Proventus, Bodegas Martinez Laorden, Bodegas Ondarre, Bodegas Paniza, Bodegas Pinord, Bodegas Resalte de Peñafiel, Bodegas San Alejandro, Bodegas Viñátigo, Casa delle Valle, Dominio de Fontana, Encantador, Finca Bacara, Finca OS Cobatos, Hiruzta Txakoli WineryHugonell, Javier Sanz, Mesta, Pazo do Mar, Quinta de Quercus, Ronsel do Sil
, Tandem, Xosé Lois Sebio and Viños de Montana.

(Header Image: Peñiscola Castle, Castellón, Spain)
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