White. Native to Galicia, with small, very sweet glyceric berries which produce high quality wines. It is the basic grape of Rías Baixas DO. There has been a dramatic increase in the area planted with this grape over the last few years.
White. This is a relatively neutral grape with an interesting glycerol level that brings smoothness to the wines in which it is used. It is mainly found in Madrid, Ávila and also in Galicia. It is an authorised Ribeiro DO variety, and a major variety in Vinos de Madrid DO. It is also known as Pardina in the DO Ribera del Duero.
White. Native to the Somontano growing area in Aragón. It produces light white wines with a distinctive bouquet.
See Garnacha Tintorera.
This is the name given to the Garnacha variety in certain areas of Castile and León. Tinto Aragonés is an alternative name.
Red. See Bastardo negro
White. Native of
White. See Baladí