Tag Archive: Wine

Montilla-Moriles: An unforgettable wine route

For enotourism, it’s hard to find a better destination than Spain. Every region has its own fine wines to discover, as diverse as the regions themselves. One of Spain’s lesser known wine routes that is gaining well-deserved popularity is the Montilla-Moriles route in Andalusia. Besides its superb wines and production processes, those who take part […]

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La Vendimia: Spain’s autumn wine celebrations

It’s no secret that Spain produces some of the world’s finest wines, and they are as diverse and varied as the country itself. Any time of the year is great for wine tourism in Spain, but autumn offers a special bonus – the festivals of la vendimia (the grape harvest). Celebrated in wine producing towns […]

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The Ronda Wine Route

The Ronda Wine Route is a unique way to get to know some less travelled areas in Andalusia. The route runs through the province of Malaga, covering the picturesque village of Ronda, which is filled with cultural, historic and gastronomic appeal. As travellers visit vineyards and bodegas (wineries), enjoying some of the finest wines of […]

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The season for wine tourism in Spain

Like its cuisine, the wine of Spain has achieved international acclaim for its superb quality and unique characteristics. Spanish wine producers wisely balance thousands of years of tradition and expertise with the most modern techniques. Spain’s ideal growing conditions – and its love of wine – have helped make it the third largest producer in […]

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Murcia: A new destination for wine tourism

The region of Murcia in eastern Spain is most often visited for its golden beaches and perfect-all-year climate, but that’s not its only attraction. It also boasts beautiful nature parks, charming traditional villages, excellent cuisine based on locally grown products…and some of Spain’s finest wine. As Murcian wines gain popularity, so does the region’s enotourism. […]

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A celebration of La Rioja’s wine and tradition

Spain’s northern region of La Rioja is synonymous with fine wine. Here, the quality of wine combined with the region’s vast blue skies and rolling green hills makes it one of the top destinations for enotourism. So maybe it’s not surprising that Logroño, the region’s capital, halts all normal business for a full week to […]

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