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Spain is the 3rd largest producer of wine and the top exporter in the world. The majority of production is in a region called La Mancha located south of Madrid. With over 400 grape varietals planted in the country, Spain's most widely planted red grape is Tempranillo followed closely by Garnacha. Spain is known for its sparkling wine called Cava, which is made in traditional method and commonly a blend of three indigenous white grape varietals.


Campo de Borja DO

3,700 hectares of vineyard, of mainly low-yielding vines, situated at 500 metres and above in the foot hills of the Moncayo mountain. Here, the harsh conditions of the intensely hot summers and very cold winters, the sharp contrast between night and day temperatures and the poor limestone soils produce fine and elegant wines that are full of local character. Founded in 1945 in Ainzón (Zaragoza) it is one of the longest standing small wineries in the area, combining traditional winemaking expertise with the latest technology.

Finca Monica

DOCa Rioja

Fruit comes from 200ha of vineyards owned 100% by the winery in Alfaro. Vines are over 30 years of age and located in an area that offers an extraordinary diversity of soils and microclimates. The winery is run by six families of grape growers. The passionate and well-coordinated team has won global recognition for their award-winning wines, based on international and local winemaking experience.

Melea Biodynamic

Vino de la Tierra

One of largest organic vine growing projects in Europe – the winery controls over 1,000 hectares of certified organic, low-yielding, hand- picked vineyard in la Mancha and is supported by over 600 local vinegrowers. With over 50 years experience the winery is a world leader in organic wine production. It is IFS certified and all organic wines comply with CE, SOHISCERT, BIOSIEGEL and United States National Organic Program (US- NOP) certification.

De Pro

DO Cava

Situated in the heart of Cava country in Catalunya on the edge of the Mediterranean but protected by the mountain of Monserrat. The mild climate,moderate rains throughout the year and the well-drained calcareous soils provide optimum conditions. Part of a group with nine winegrowing cooperatives across Catalonia giving access to the best fruit and the latest technology. Its modernist Cava cellar was named the Catedral of Wine by Catalan writer Àngel Guimerà.

Las Carlinas

DO Carinena

Las Carlinas is the result of a collaboration between Long Wines, a specialist winery and our winemaker, Fernando Mora MW. The definitive Garnacha, it is sourced from the DO Cariñena in Aragón, the area with the most hectares of Garnacha vines in Spain, many more than 100 years old. The Garnacha vines grow at high altitude (more than 700m) with no irrigation and using sustainable viticultural techniques.

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