Spanish wine is as diverse as its countrysides, producing red, whites as well as sparkling wines. The vineyards take up to 1.2 million hectares of countryside located predominantly on the Iberian Peninsula. Old vines planted on the dry, infertile soil mean that yields are low and growing can be very tough, however Spain still boasts over 400 varieties planted throughout Spain.
These challenging growing conditions make for some interesting wines with a range of flavours to enjoy. Ditton's wine experts have worked to compile a comprehensive list of Spanish wines to meet every pallet and are conveniently available at some of the best prices here.