Discover our way of doing, our way of understanding and our way of communicating with each one of the wines of Terramagna. If anything we have learned is that only the artist who takes care of the details, can offer them therefore in his works.
The knowledge of each and every one of the details of our land is what allows us to continue evolving, innovating and, especially, surprising those who trust in the way we are doing things.
EXPLORE THE VARIETIES OF GRAPES WE HAVE IN TERRAMAGNA.
Alicante has an area of 14.256 hectares spread over the province, with optimal soils for the cultivation of the vine, thanks to the porosity and permeability of its land.
It obtained its classification as a denomination of origin in 1932, but it was in the 90’s when its recognition took off, thanks to the sum of the innovation with the tradition of a sector rooted in Alicante.
With the diversity of climates, regions and varieties, Alicante presents a great diversity of types of wines, with its Monastrell grape that stands out for its quality and production in the area.
The Denomination of Origin Almansa extends its production area in the southeast of the province of Albacete in Castilla la Mancha.
Obtaining the denomination of origin qualification in 1964, it has an extension of 7.188 Ha. The altitude of the vineyards ranges from 700 to 1000 m, with its limestone soils, with carbonates, under a fertile soil in flat ground.
It is a growing Denomination of Origin for being situated in a privileged area for the production of high quality wines, with some varieties that are developing a tremendous potential, especially in export.
The Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin extends through the lowlands of the territory of Galicia, with altitude generally inferior to 300 m, near the sea and associated to the inferior sections of the fluvial courses.
Its climatic characteristics have Atlantic influence, which is manifested in mild temperatures and high and well spread rainfall, falling water in the summer months.
The main pillar is the Albariño variety, which currently represents 94% of the registered vineyards. From this grape is extracted a dry, pungent, floral and intensely fruity wine.
The region of la Rioja was the first Spanish wine region to obtain the designation of origin in 1925.
The excellence of its wines has been consolidated among the consumers, both with its product of more classic style, such as with the new generation of innovative wines. Rioja has managed to stay at the forefront of wine innovation with great variety of wines with distinct personality and recognized worldwide.
Due to its orographic and climatic diversity, there are three sub-areas of production: La Rioja, Álava and Navarra, where vines of different characteristics are cultivated.
The mild temperatures throughout the year, with numerous hours of sunshine, stable rains and the altitude of the vineyards (350-650 m) make the area an ideal environment for growing the vine.
Protected Designation of Origin Jumilla, is considered as an emerging Designation for the originality and quality of its wines.
Nowadays, the quality and personality of its wines is a reality that works to claim its position in the market.
The total area of this D.O. is 42.000 hectares of vineyards, where Jumilla takes up the main extension. The majority of vineyards are of red grapes, cultivated at an altitude of 600 meters above sea level, with more than 3.000 hours of sunshine a year that provide a sunny and arid climate. The Monastrell variety finds the perfect habitat for its development. The Cretaceous soil, the hard climate and the low rainfall contribute to the fact that the grape develops its maximum characteristics of color and flavor.
Castilla-La Mancha is the great wine region, with more than 700.000 hectares dedicated to the cultivation of the vineyard.
The vineyards settle down on a large plain with an altitude between 700 and 900 meters above sea level. The qualities of the territory grant an excellence to the wines of this land that begins to be of universal recognition.
It has a great variety of grapes that adapt to the characteristics of the land to produce quality wines that claim their presence in the market. The rainfall is very scarce, with a continental climate that guarantees a perfect state for the ripening of the grapes.
The wine culture is deeply rooted in the lives of its inhabitants and is transferred to each of the wineries present in this territory.