Spain has a long history of wine production but its international prominence has only really developed in more recent years. The country produces a range of diverse styles; from the traditional barrel-aged wines of Rioja and Ribera del Duero, to modern, brightly fruited reds and whites, there is no doubt Spain is on a winemaking roll. International varieties are the norm here, but Spanish indigenous varieties are gaining a huge following.
With every region producing wine, it is no surprise that improvements are coming in leaps and bounds, with more exciting and innovative producers appearing all the time. With a strong focus on the very best wines from top producers, our list comprises of a varied mix of both current and back vintage fine Spanish wine, including multiple vintages of Vega Sicilia.