Caydsa Wineries, in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cadiz), on the Marco de Jerez wine and brandy routes

Wine-producing area in Andalusia

It covers the whole of the Andalusian region, in the south of Spain. It includes the routes of Montilla-Moriles (Cordoba)the Marco de Jerez Wine and Brandy route, (Cadiz) and theSerranía de Ronda (Malaga).

The wines and designations of origin

What are the wines like?: the Mediterranean temperatures and various microclimates, the scarcity of frosts and plentiful annual sunshine hours give rise to varied and quality wines. Sherry is particularly worthy of mention, with the oldest regulatory body in Spain. The grape varieties harvested are Palomino, Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel, which create naturally sweet wines. Designations of origin: From Cadiz: Jerez-Xérès-Sherry / Manzanilla-Sanlúcar. From Cordoba: Montilla-Morilés. From Malaga: Malaga / Sierras de Malaga. From Huelva: Condado de Huelva.

Tips and interesting facts

  • See all the Wine routes here, along with all the available activities.

    If you want to get to know and enjoy the world of wine in Spain, we recommend that you visit our Wine tourism section.

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