Spain is a large country of tremendous diversity, from its dramatic mountain ranges to the massive plateau to the coasts, will serve to explain the major regional differences created by so many natural barriers.
Geography and climate together play a fundamental role in defining Spain's many wine styles. The cool vineyards of the far north and north-west create light, crisp, white wines, like Albarino in the Rias Baixas give way to the warmer vineyards of Rueda and Rioja where Verdejo and Viura thrive.
These warmer, drier regions further inland also tend towards mid-bodied, fruit-driven reds such as Rioja & Ribera del Duero where we find Tempranillo is the leader of the pack.
Join us for an evening of superlative wines, some perhaps recognisable, others, hopefully pleasantly surprising as we chat about Spain with with its chequered history, but a great future.
On this evening a minimum of 6 wines will be tasted.
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