Some of our preferred partners in wine business are traditional wineries located in the Spanish region of Castilla la Mancha. This productive area is one of the largest wine-making region in the world, with over 300.000 hectares of vineyards in total and 165.000 hectares certified to produce wines with PDO – Denominacion de Origen (DO).
Our product offering ranges from internationally renowned wines from La Rioja, Rueda or Ribera Del Duero, to more affordable options with excellent quality-price ratio like Valdepeñas wines.
See below our EXW prices for Spanish wines in Bag-in-Box and glass bottles, available for wholesale only. Please feel free to contact us should you are interested:
Spanish Sangría: The European Parliament passed last Tuesday in Strasbourg a motion to regulate the labeling for Sangria, the popular Spanish and Portuguese sweet red wine. Typical Sangria recipe differs depending on the area of Spain or Portugal you consult, and therefore the ruling focuses on the origin rather than on definitions of Sangria.
According to the latest market information released by OeMv (Spanish Market Regulator) exports of Spanish wine grew by 11,9% in 2012, reaching 2.500 million Euros. Despite the drop in sales caused by the local recession and the rise in prices, last year it was regarded as a good year for wine export in Spain.
Castilla y Leon wines:
In previous posts we analyzed exports data of Spanish wine sector, making a clear difference between Spanish wines with designation of origin and without D.O. . Regions producing wines with a clear added value differentiate their wines from others with lower quality by creating Designations of Origin.
Aragon is one of the Spanish provinces well known for owning some of the finest wine designations of origin in Spain. It possesses extensive wine lands carefully looked after for hundreds of years, and some of its wines are ranked among the most characteristic of Spain.