­If you’ve heard that the Toro wine region in Spain had only four wineries under its Denominacion Origen (DO) label — the sign that it meets standards for quality — in 1987, you might not take it too seriously. If a region ranks among the best in a country, it should have a long history of successful wineries and vineyards, right? While it wasn’t known for fine wine fifty years ago, the region has a long history of making famous wines.


Extreme continental climate with Atlantic influences. Temperatures vary greatly.


Sediments of sand, clays, lime puddingstone.


Tinta de Toro, Garnacha, Veredjo, Malvasia

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