Hello, Spain! This popular wine region offers bottles for every occasion, and our clean wine program has curated some of the best options for your table.
Most Popular Types of Spanish Wine
From sparkling sips to robust reds, Spain offers something for everyone.
- Rioja: Spain might be best known for its Riojas. These wines come in a range of styles—choose something light and fruity, deep and complex, or tannic and bold. Stone fruit flavors often make an appearance, as well as aromatics such as herbs, leather, and vanilla.
- Godello: This white wine varietal is the ultimate summertime sip. Godello tends to be dry with a bright acidity and features citrus notes like lemon and grapefruit.
- Sherry: Sherry is a fortified wine from the Andalucia region of Spain, and is a sweet ending to your meal—if you’re the dessert wine type.
- Albariño: Known for its acidity, Albariño offers floral and citrus aromas alongside minerality that makes this white wine a balanced option for many meals.
Top Spanish Wine Producers
Meet three Spanish wine producers worth making the space to store.
The Juma Bee estate makes it home in Spain’s Jumilla region, where second-generation winemakers oversee one of the oldest wineries in the area. (It dates back to 1925, to be exact.) Sustainability and organic-growing practices help create Juma Bee’s range of versatile wines.
La Rioja, Spain is known for its dry climate—ideal for grape growing. Las Crepas works to honor the land and uses organic techniques across its 130 acres of vineyards.
Pago Casa Gran
Pago Casa Gran blends 300 years of winemaking tradition into its modern bottles, made with natural yeasts and biodynamic grapes. This family business values biodiversity and utilizes methods like cover crops to create a strong ecosystem.
Best Spanish Wine
For the best Spanish wine, turn to the delicious selections from our Master Sommelier.
Las Cepas Rioja Costalarbol 2017
If perfectly grilled steak is one of your favorite meals, here’s the go-to wine pairing you need. This bottle is a blend of three grapes and perfectly balanced with fruit and acidity.
Thrive Market’s Easiest Wine Recipes
Cheers to making wine part of the meal—literally. These easy and inventive recipes take leftover wine to new heights.
Leftover Wine Brownie Recipe
Want a guaranteed way to upgrade your favorite boxed brownie mix? Add a quarter-cup of red wine to the batter. Get our recipe here!
How to Make Drunken Pasta
Drinking your evening wine from a glass is the classic approach, but our recipe lets you eat your wine instead. An entire bottle of red turns your spaghetti an alluring purple color that tastes as good as it looks.
The Differences Between Red and White Wine
The red wine versus white wine debate is always alive and well. Personally, we’re team both— but it’s still fun to learn the differences between these two types of wine.