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Fortified Wine

Fortified wines stand out for their high alcohol content. The best known worldwide are: Porto, Madeira, Moscatel, Marsala and Jerez. Portugal produces most of the best wines in this category.

Madeira Wine

Produced on Madeira Island, Portugal, it is known worldwide for being one of the best fortified wines on the market.

Sparkling Wine

Sparkling wine is characterized, above all, by the amount of bubbles at the moment we open the bottle. It is a type of wine that can be differentiated through its three types of fermentation: Asti, Charmat or Champenoise.

Wine from Portugal

Portugal is the country with the widest variety of indigenous grape varieties, it has more than 250. It was the first country to have a demarcated and regulated wine region - the Douro region. It also has two wine regions protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Wines from Chile

Chile started producing wine in the 16th century, but it was only from the 80s and 90s of the 20th century that the Chilean wine revolution began, becoming today the fifth largest exporter of wine in the world.

Wines from France

France is one of the largest producers and one of the largest consumers of wine in the world. The cultivation of vineyards and the production of wines are highly controlled, the legislation regarding viticulture is strict and guarantees the quality of the drink in the country.

Wines from Italy

Italian wines are known worldwide. Italy is currently the largest wine producer in the world and is also the country with the oldest wine regions.

Wines from New Zealand

New Zealand is made up of two islands, the North Island and the South Island, the latter being the southernmost wine region in the world. In New Zealand, winemaking takes place in a wide range of microclimates and soil types, producing a wide variety of styles.

Wines from Spain

Spain has 62 registered wine regions. It is the third largest wine producing market and it is also the country with the largest area for growing vines in the world.

Wines from USA

The United States of America is the fourth largest wine producer in the world but only three states produce wine: Washington, Oregon and California.


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