The wines of Spain have a great world prestige, and the ones made in Andalusia are no exception to this claim, where an average of one million hectoliters are produced per campaign.
75% of the Andalusian wines are produced by one of the following Denominations of Origin: Jerez-Xérès-Sherry, Málaga, Manzanilla de Sanlúcar, Sierras de Málaga, Montilla-Moriles and Condado de Huelva. The Mediterranean climate and mild average temperatures (around 16 degrees) make this land an ideal place for growing vines and making famous wines. A popularity that has increased in recent years with the arrival of international recognition.
The Andalusian wine sector has always focused in producing quality wines. Traditionally, the most characteristic wines have been generous and sweet, made using criaderas and soleras processes.

Andalusian wines