It is relatively neutral, with an interesting glycerol index that gives softness to the wines in which it participates. It is present especially in Madrid and Ávila and also in Galicia. It is a variety authorized in the DO Ribeiro and main in the DO Vinos de Madrid.
The grape has mostly neutral flavors with a light perfume aroma and is blended in red wines too.
It comes from the French region of Burgundy. Grapes of great quality, very fine, give rise to aromatic wines that offer good results with a not very long aging. Contemplated in the Regulation of sparkling wines and those of Costers
From the Levante region (eastern Spain). Preferred variety in PDOs Utiel-Requena,
Manchuela, Riber del Júcar and Valencia. Small and compact clusters. Medium-late
ripening. It produces dense and complex wines with aromas of black fruit and flowers. It is potent and balanced on the palate.
Cultivated in PDO Somontano. Clusters are large and extremely loose, with medium-sized fruit. The resulting wines are rich in alcohol and low in acidity. It is an interesting variety for blending with others.
It is relatively neutral, with an interesting glycerol index that gives softness to the wines in which it participates. Present especially in Madrid and Ávila and also in Galicia. It is a variety authorized in the DO Ribeiro and main in the DO Vinos de Madrid.
Its presence is recorded only in the Ribera del Ulla and in small proportions. However, it results in very aromatic and personal wines. It presents remarkable differences with the Albariño, in spite of the similarity of names.
Considered native to Galicia, it is the main variety in PDOs Rias Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, Valdeorras. Clusters are small, ripen early and are reasonably hearty. Its production is limited by low yield and limited plantings. Wines are high quality, with notable acidity, ample aromas and floral notes.
Present in a good part of the wine regions of Extremadura. It is one of the most abundant in the region of Cañamero., this variety has extended throughout different regions of Spain. It is highly fertile and ripens early. It is ideal for naturally balancing the acidity found in other varieties. Young wines are crisp and pale yellow with aromatic notes of apple and pear. #SpanishGrapes #KnowYourWine #Wine #ALARIJE #Blanca
Rioja wine is made from grapes grown in the autonomous communities of La Rioja and Navarre, and the Basque province of Álava. Rioja wines are normally a blend of various grape varieties, and can be either red (tinto), white (blanco) or rosé (rosado). La Rioja has a total of 57,000 hectares cultivated, yielding 250 million litres of wine annually, of which 85% is red. The harvest time for most Rioja vineyards is September–October with the northern Rioja Alta having the latest harvest in late October.…
AIRÉN Blanca It is the most abundant in Spain. The bunches are large and tight. It produces wines with a characteristic aroma and with an alcohol content between 12 and 14%. Present in Ciudad Real, Toledo, Cuenca, Albacete, Murcia and Madrid, among many other areas. It is considered the main variety in the DO Vinos de Madrid. #SpanishGrapes #Airen #Blanca