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D.O. Arribes del Duero
Description to D.O. Arribes del Duero
The former country wine sector (VdlT) in the Spanish region Castile and Leon was classified as DO in 2007. From a geological point of view, it is very similar to the port wine area across the border Douro, The area corresponds to the boundaries of the nature park of the same name. The vineyards cover 750 hectares of vineyards in the two provinces of Salamanca and Zamora. The red varieties Juan García, Rufete, Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mencía, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Syrah, as well as the white varieties Malvasía, Verdejo, Albillo and Puesta en Cruz (Rabigato) are allowed. The grapes of over 600 winegrowers, often with small areas, are processed by only around 15 wineries.