The third largest wine producer in the world, Spain is characterised by a high number of indigenous grape varieties. Particularly renowned are its still red wines, mainly produced from grape varieties such as Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano. The most widely cultivated Spanish variety is the white grape Airén, but Albariño and Malvasia also stand out in Spanish production. Among the white grapes, Palomino, Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez are mainly used for the production of Jerez, more commonly known as Sherry, the typical liqueur wine. Svinando's wide selection allows you to find the right wines to pair with a typical Spanish or, why not, even an Italian dinner. Start your meal with a wine that is perfect for Sangria, continue with an appetiser accompanied by a Metodo Classico, such as the very famous Cava, and reach the apex of your dinner with a Tinto to be enjoyed with a plate of paella. To end on a high note, all-you-can-eat Jerez and dessert.