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It’s estimated that there are over 600 grape varieties grown across Spain’s 70 regions. The country’s talented winemakers have utilised the stunning diversity of the landscape over generations of refinement. Our online Spanish wine shop features wines produced in a range of environments, climates, and using different techniques. In each of these bottles, you can taste how these nuances have influenced the drinking experiences of the wine. We are especially proud to offer the Sierra Cantabria Rioja Reserva Unica which, as a Spanish reserva red wine, has been aged for 2 years. 

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I was recommended to Claire some time ago, she offers a brilliant service and has supplied me with Corporate Branded Boxes with excellent wine which has been greatly received by our Clients. We will continue to use Claire in the future and have no hesitation in recommending her.
Steve Allen
I searched for a local wine merchants. When I arrived they were very helpful and I bought exactly what I wanted. I will be visiting again!
Alex Grey
Very well trained and articulate representative. High quality wines at reasonable prices from the smaller vineyards. Can highly recommend their tasting sessions to sample the fine quality of their wines. Especially recommend the white port.
Paul Scullion
Highly recommend for corporate gift! The service is excellent and staff really helpful. Most of all, my clients are very happy with the wine. Thank you.
Ravensca Luhulima

Spain’s wine quality control system 

Spanish wines are defined by the ‘Denominación de Origen’ which outlines their quality. This applies to all kinds of wine produced in the country, including Spanish white wine, red, rose, and sparkling. The denominations are: 

  • Vino de Mesa – concerns wines made in unclassified vineyards. These are often blended varieties and considered ‘table wines’. 
  • Vino de la Tierra – also table wine, although varieties that are defined by a certain geographical area. These wines will also typically display the vintage as well as details of the grape variety used. 
  • DO (Denominación de Origen) – this denomination covers wines that are produced following strict parameters and specific rules outlined by regional regulating councils. 
  • DOCa (Denominación de Origen Calificada) – similar to DO, this is applied to the top producers in a specific region. Although DOCa is a rare classification, as it was met with controversy when it was introduced. Now, most Spanish Rioja fine wines are DOCa.  

What famous wines come from Spain? 

Perhaps the most well known Spanish wines come from the Rioja region, in particular Rioja red wine. However, there are numerous other fine wines from Spain which can make for memorable corporate wine gifts. This includes fruity Albarino white wines from Sierra Cantabria, rich red wines from Ribera del Duero, and a wide variety of stunning fine wines from the Tempranillo region. It isn’t surprising that red wines are among the most heavily produced in Spain, as these varieties make for great pairings with red meat. Many Sommeliers will be able to provide advice on food pairings for Spanish wines. At Jean Juviniere, our personal wine tasting gives you an opportunity to gain valuable knowledge about how to get the most out of your drinking experience.