The best wines in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia

Cádiz is a wine-producing province. In addition to the D.O. Jerez, this contains the geographical indication Vinos de la Tierra de Cádiz, which encompasses all wines produced in one of the country’s greatest wine-producing regions. In this post you will find the 7 best wines in Cadiz.  

Why are the wines of Cádiz so good?

Despite the fact that they may not be as well-known as Rioja or Ribera, people who try Cádiz wines often come back for more. The reason is simple: Cádiz has a unique orography that allows it to create some of the most unique wines in the world. In addition to orography, the climate plays a vital role, as it is both comfortable for people and nice for vines.

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Esencia De La Torre Moscatel

It is a white wine that has been made with Muscatel grapes, which has a very strong fruity aroma and is quite fresh, an ideal wine to combine with the strongest cheeses and also with desserts.

Tierra Blanca Seco de Bodegas Paez Morilla

This white wine made from Sherry Palomino Fino grapes  has a soft yellowish appearance, with greenish and bright sparkles. As soon as we approach the glass we notice freshness, flowers and citrus aromas that bring freshness to a drink that becomes bitter and powerful as well as tremendously interesting. A wine as tasty as it is complex. Complexity that critics have admired.

Forlong from Bodegas Forlong

This white wine from Bodegas Forlong is considered one of the best organic wines in Spain. Made with Palomino Fino and Pedro Ximenez grapes. Besides, it is a complex wine that tastes like the land in which it is born. As for its characteristics, it has a yellow color with lemony reflections when moving in the glass. Its aroma of apricot, with floral touches and herbs such as thyme and rosemary are very present. In terms of taste, it has an excellent balance of fruit and minerals in the aftertaste, being, in general terms, balanced, powerful, unctuous, fresh and with a persistent acidity.

White Barbazul from Huerta Albalá

This wine grows in Arcos de la Frontera and is made from Chardonnay grapes. With a straw yellow color, with greenish tones. Moreover, it has an aroma of white flowers, orange blossom, citrus fruits, peach and aromatic herbs on the nose. On the palate it is fruity, enveloping, dry, aromatic and elegant.


White wine 2017 from Cortijo de Jara from Bodega Puerta Nueva

This white wine from Cortijo de Jara, born in Jerez.They make it from the Gewürztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Again yellowish, it offers a powerful aroma of pineapple, grapefruit, with something citrus. Besides, in the background with some interesting touches of jasmine and spices. On the palate it is unctuous and, little by little, fruity notes unfold with a soft finish.

Taberner 2011

This red wine from the Huerta de Albalá winery is made with Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvigon grapes. Besides, Elegant, powerful, creamy, fresh and with many aromas, it is especially recommended for pairing with red meat.

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