Castilla y León wines are blessed by the Duero River. This Community seems to have been thought of as a large agricultural space dotted with vineyards mainly around the basin of its main river, the Duero, which is home to the recognized wine-growing areas of Bierzo, Cigales, Ribera del Duero, Rueda, Toro, Arlanza, Arribes,
This Community is especially known for the power and elegance of the Toro wines, the unmistakable white from Rueda, the clarets of the young Cigales, its unmistakable Tinta Fino from Ribera del Duero, the pleasant wines produced by the Berciano microclimate.
The most popular Castilla y León wines from this area are the reds, which according to the DO regulations. They must contain at least 60% of the variety Prieto Picudo or Mencia; being able to produce wines for aging, Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva.
For the production of whites, they use: Albarín, Verdejo, Godello, Palomino or Malvasía.

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