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The Iberian Peninsula produces masses of wine in its sunny climes, but perhaps even more treasured are its fortified sherries and ports, which have made the beginnings and endings of countless meals that much more civilized and delectable.
Lose yourself in the stunning landscapes of the wine-making regions in Portugal: from the charming, verdant Minho where the vinho verde grapes grow on trellises, to the terraces of the Douro, the oldest demarcated region in the world and home of the famous port wine. In Centro de Portugal region meanwhile, the wine routes run not through the countryside, but through towns, each brimming with history. Venture further south and the routes near the capital have a close connection to water. Along the River Tagus, the Ribatejo Route travels through fertile fields irrigated when the river bursts its
Finally, the Alentejo Wine Route stretches out over plains scorched by the powerful sun.
Spain produces a wide variety of wines of the highest quality with unique and distinctive flavours which vary from region to region. In the north La Rioja is synonymous with wine. This is where our most internationally recognised wines are produced. These exquisite wines are the product of centuries of tradition; they embrace a whole culture, deeply rooted in this land of vines and wine cellars. And what could be better than to enjoy a few tapas accompanied by fino sherry? A whole way of life revolves around this wine. Come and discover it, and you’ll find another way of enjoying the culture of Spain.
The Carpathian Mountains form the largest mountain range in Europe.
The North Sea region brings a body of water famous for fiercely beautiful coastal areas.
If the Alps were human, they'd be movie stars: world-famous, beautiful, charming and exciting.