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Navarre Wine Route travels through the very heart of Navarre, where the landscape becomes gentler, rivers run slower and the climate is milder. The excellent conditions in this region have made it ideal wine-producing territory for centuries.

Navarre Wine Route travels through the very heart of Navarre, where the landscape becomes gentler, rivers run slower and the climate is milder. The excellent conditions in this region have made it ideal wine-producing territory for centuries.

Under vines beside the Atlantic Ocean grows a unique grape, Albariño. Rías Baixas Designation of Origin wines are made exclusively with grape varieties native to the area, and methods of cultivation must respect traditional customs, which makes the landscape of this wine-growing area very different from other Spanish territories.

Young white, rosé and red wines have traditionally been made in all the areas of the route, especially reds, subjected to a long ageing process or in the case of Tempranillo and Grenache, moderate oak ageing.

Rueda Wine Route (within Rueda Designation of Origin) is located in the heart of Castile and León region in Spain. 

The geological diversity of the local soils, together with the altitude and climate conditions make up a bio-diverse landscape producing red, white and rosé wines with a huge range of aromas and great character.

Pure wines with a fresh and fruity feel, delicate aromas, deep colours and great intensity. Wines appreciated by contemporary gastronomes, encouraged by the presence of a group of young wineries and a D.O. with a dynamic approach.

One single variety (Monastrell), 6500 hectares of vines and a winemaking tradition stretching back to Phoenician times, define the historically rigorous and creative character of Yecla’s people, who, throughout history, have created wines renowned for their excellence. 

Utiel-Requena Wine Route involves 10 municipalities - Camporrobles, Caudete de las Fuentes, Chera, Fuenterrobles, Requena, Siete Aguas, Sinarcas, Utiel, Venta del Moro and Villargordo del Cabriel. All of them offer endless opportunities for enjoying the best wine on your visit to this beautiful part of Valencia.

Txakoli is a white wine that has always been linked to the Basque Country and obtained from the Hondarribi Zuri native grape variety. The name Txakoli comes from the Basque language and means “home wine”. It is produced in various locations across the Basque Country, including the Aiaraldea region in  Alava, 20 km from Bilbao and 35 km from Vitoria-Gasteiz.