You may have heard of the Spanish wine regions of Rioja, Jerez (sherry) or even Ribera del Duero. But there are plenty more worth discovering! Penedés (cava), La Mancha, Priorat, Bierzo, Rías Baixas, Jumilla, Somontano, Navarra, Ribeira Sacra, Toro, and Rueda are just a few examples. And we should also mention the island territories, Baleares and Canarias, which also produce wine and have magnificent wineries.
Apart from the selection of wine regions there are to choose from, wine tourism in Spain offers an array of interesting experiences from fully planned wine vacations to simply making a stop at a winery to have a taste of their wines. Depending on the region, your options can include wine tastings, visiting wineries on your own, guided wine tours, staying at a winery hotel, attending wine festivals, etc. The choice is yours…and, of course, we are here to help!