The world of wine
The world of wine is a big world. An enormous world, in fact. Wineries, producing countries, production areas, designations of origin, winemaking possibilities, presentation, aging, types of grapes used… We want to introduce you to lots of different wines with different characteristics, so that bit by bit you can discover the huge and exciting world of wine.
Discover the wines made in countries with the longest winemaking history in the world. From the great classic wines of the old world, France, Spain, Italy, to the relatively new offerings from the United States and South Africa.
The most famous production areas in the world and their wines: La Rioja, Galicia and Catalonia in Spain, Bordeaux, Burgundy and Provence in France and Piedmont and Tuscany in Italy. Learn about them and enjoy their wines.
Denominations of Origin in Spain, AOC in France, DOC in Italy. Protected geographical winemaking areas. Who hasn’t heard of names like Rioja, Ribera de Duero, Chablis and Barolo?
A wine comes from a winery. From its vineyards, its vision, its culture and its production processes. Get to know some of the best wineries in the world and their wines.
Parker, Atkin, Peñín, Winespectator... The most prestigious critics have a very strong voice in the wine market. Find out about the best rated wines and enjoy recommendations from the great experts. You can’t go wrong!
Every detail in the wine production process is important. Very important. Organic wine, biodynamic wine, natural wine. Discover wines made using different production methods.
One of the processes that will mark the character of a wine is its aging. Find out about the different types of aging: in barrels, cement tanks, amphorae...
The most common wine bottle size is 75 cl, but there are larger sizes too: Magnum, 3 litres, 5 litres, 6. Wine in boxes known as bag in box or small bottles of 37.5 or 50 cl, typically used for sweet wines and some fortified wines.
There are said to be about 10,000 different grape varieties in the world. Learn about the most outstanding varieties for making wine and the wines they result in.