Designation of origin - Wine

DO Jerez-Xérès-Sherry

This regulatory council is the oldest in Spain. While the production area spreads over eight different municipalities in Cadiz and one in Seville, the maturing process is exclusively carried out in Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The grape varieties used for production include Palomino, Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel.

TYPES OF WINE: Fortified Wines (Fino, Amontillado, Oloroso and Palo Cortado), Fortified Liqueur wines (Pale Cream, Medium and Cream) and Natural Sweet Wines (Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel).

DO Manzanilla de Sanlúcar

Although the production zone and grape varieties are the same as those of Sherry, the maturing process is limited to Sanlúcar. The special microclimatic conditions of the town, which is situated next to the mouth of the river Guadalquivir and just a stone's throw from Doñana, give the wines, matured under the velo de flor yeast, special characteristics which differentiate them from Sherry.

TYPES OF WINE: Fortified Wines (Manzanilla).

DO Montilla-Moriles

The special combination of the albariza chalky soils of Cordoba's southern plains, the climate, which is characterised by long dry summers and short winters, and the Pedro Ximénez grapes (which give their name to the most famous wine of the Denomination) is what makes these wines so unusual and unique. The wines are aged under velo de flor using the traditional criaderas and soleras sytem.

TYPES OF WINE: Fortified wines (Fino, Amontillado, Oloroso, Palo Cortado), Fortified Liqueur Wines (Pale Dry, Pale Cream, Cream and Medium) and Natural Sweet Wines (Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel).


This denomination covers a wide area situated to the southeast of the province of Huelva, in the environs of the Doñana Nature Park. The vineyards occupy flat or slightly hilly terrain and the Zalema is the most common variety of grape.

TYPES OF WINE: White Wines (Condado de Huelva Joven, Condado de Huelva and Condado de Huelva Tradicional), Fortified wines (Condado Pálido and Condado Viejo) and Fortified Liqueur wines (Pale Dry, Medium, Cream and Pale Cream).


Classic denomination renowned for centuries for its sweet wines produced from Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez grapes. Geographically the area takes the form of an inverted T, with vineyards situated along the coastline to both the east and west of the city of Malaga, and stretching inland towards the sierra.

TYPES OF WINE: Liqueur Wines (Natural Sweet, Maestro and Tierno wines) and Natural Sweet Wines.


Associated with the Regulatory Council of the Malaga Denomination of Origin, this is the only Andalusian denomination which encompasses  reds and rosés produced from Romé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Tempranillo grapes, and whites from the Chardonnay, Macabeo and Sauvignon Blanc varieties, amongst others.

TYPES OF WINE: Whites, Rosés and Reds.

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