RIOJA WINE TASTE: THE FINE WINE CAPITAL OF SPAIN
In the region of Rioja, you will find some extraordinary wine museums along with emblematic wineries, amazing hotels (note that some of them are built on wineries). Add to that the breathtaking landscapes and the ancient monuments and you have the perfect destination for your next trip to Spain.
Besides, modern Architecture has improved lately the reputation of Rioja and made possible for some of the wineries to be hotels and restaurants and this makes them even more interesting for the tourists.
Beginning with the 16th century, Rioja’s wine production developed steadily. It had a major boost in the late 19th Century, when the vineyards of neighboring France Bordeaux came to this land in search for new wine supplies.
With some amazing rolling landscapes, that give birth to exquisite wines, La Rioja is Spain’s Tuscany
The best-known grape from Rioja is Tempranillo, which mixed with some other regional grapes like Graciano, Mazuelo or Garnacha Tinta, creates some of the richest wines in the world.