The environment in the northwest of Spain is different to most of preconceptions of Spanish landscapes. It is much cooler and wetter and the viticulture presents different opportunities for the production of distinctive wines.
Further to the east the Basque country has several zones producing Txacoli (aka Chacoli), a low alcohol, high acid slightly sparkling white wine style.
You can learn more about Spanish wine regions with De Long's Wine Map of Iberian Peninsula
Vinodiversity has partnered with a travel information service which puts you in touch with tour operators in Spain. There are guided and self-guided tours for walking cycling or travel by boat or coach. Several of these offers have wine and food themes.
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