Spanish wines are characterized by their complex structure, both in color and flavor. Spanish wines should be drunk slowly, trying to feel all the notes of the drink.
This country produces both dry and semisweet varieties. The most popular wines, however, are the dry ones. They will really please both connoisseurs of the drink and those who are just starting their journey as a sommelier. The most popular red dry Spanish wines. They are distinguished by their versatility: they combine lingering spicy notes with motifs of unusual fruits and spices. Often honey, prunes and nuts can be found in the composition.
These wines leave a rich aftertaste, which is also worth enjoying. Spanish wines are quite tart, with a pronounced acidity to the palate.
The strength varies from 8 to 15%. Dry and semi-dry varieties are considered the strongest. Sparkling wines are lighter.