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wine tourism Spain
canary islands vineyard
Located just over one hundred kilometres off the coast of Morocco, The Canary Islands boasts a long history that includes wine and sugar production, and its complete absence of phylloxera have allowed ancient grape varieties to thrive here for centuries.
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Located in southwestern Spain, Andalucía has been planted to vineyards for millennia. Historically, this war-torn part of Iberia has been under Moorish and Islamic rule, which at times have forbidden winemaking and anything related to alcohol.
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central plateau
The central plateau contains about two thirds of all of Spain’s vineyards. For the most part, these wines are broadly dismissed as having no great importance, but several DO’s are rising above the rest.
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The Mediterranean Coast region encompasses the entire eastern coast of Spain from Andalucía in the south to its border with France in the north. A wide range of wines are produced here, from excellent Cava and fragrant whites to deeply coloured, earthy and dense reds.
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The Ebro River Valley is a sub-appellation that runs primarily along the banks of the Ebro River where it runs through a portion of north central Spain, and includes area in La Rioja, Navarra, Zaragoza, Huesca and Álava.
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Duero-River-Valley Bodegas-Portia
In North-Central Spain, we find the Duero River Valley and the wine appellations of Castilla y León and stretching north to Bierzo. These deep river valleys encompass some of the most celebrated wine regions in all of Spain
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Green Spain is a region in the Northwest of Spain, stretching from the Basque Country to Galicia on the Northwestern coast. Wine production here can be traced back five thousand years, and the coast is dotted with busy sea ports that see fishing fleets and plenty of tourists
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This Denomination of Origin has less than 500 hectares and is located in Madeira Island near the coast of Morocco, commonly known as the “Atlantic Pearl”. This is the land of the widely popular fortified wine recognized for its great longevity, intense aromas and unique taste
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Located in the south area of Portugal, Alentejo is considered one of the biggest and well-known Portuguese regions due to it’s rich, fruity and easy drinking wines, produced under a very hot and dry climate with wide sun exposure throughout the year.
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Setubal JMF
Located south of Lisbon and surrounded by Atlantic Ocean and rivers Tejo and Sado, Setúbal is known by its tourism and large wine farms that helped to build an important role in Portuguese wine history.
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