Wine: Northern Spain’s fertile landscape

Spain has a hugely varied climate which produces complex and interesting wines

20th June, 2021
Wine: Northern Spain’s fertile landscape
Rías Baixas in Galicia produces complex and interesting white wines

When talk turns to the subject of northern Spanish wines, I would take an educated guess that the vast majority of us immediately recall deep, rich and oaky reds from Rioja or Ribera del Duero.

And with pretty good reason. Rioja is far away from the Atlantic winds and has a Mediterranean climate that provides hot summers and cold winters. The undulating landscape, with fertile properties irrigated by the river Ebro and its tributaries, makes...

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