Spain is home to a plethora of indigenous grape varieties, many of which are not found anywhere else in the world. From the robust Tempranillo to the aromatic Albariño, Spanish wines offer a wide range of flavors and aromas. Spain experiences a wide range of climates, from the cool and damp regions of Galicia to the hot and dry regions of Andalusia. This diversity allows for the cultivation of a wide variety of grape types, resulting in a vast array of wine styles.
Furthermore the country boasts a diverse range of terroirs, from the limestone soils of Rioja to the slate soils of Priorat contributing to the complexity and distinctiveness of Spanish wines.