Andalusia

The cultivation of vines in Andalusia goes back over many centuries and the region is renowned for the production of prestigious wines which are known the world over. Thanks to the growth in maritime trade, the 16th and 17th centuries were a period of particular growth. The topography, geology and climate of Andalusia are all ideal for the cultivation of vines. The Mediterranean climate with all its different microclimates, the mild average temperatures (16ºC), the lack of frosts and hailstorms, and the long hours of sunshine, combine with the contrasting altitudes and systems of maturing to create wines of exceptional quality, with a wide variety of types and characteristics.

  • Latitude: 36 - 38 degrees

  • Acres: 98850 (40003 hectares)

  • Wineries: 344

  • Viticultural Areas: 6