Spain has a deep and rich history of cultural exchange. Through trade, occupation, and conquest, their cuisine has developed international influences from every corner of the globe, including the Middle East, North Africa, and Mediterranean countries. Iberian viticulture dates back thousands of years, predating the Roman Empire. These wines were simple and the bodegas quaint. Thanks to a relatively recent European grapevine blight, expert French winemakers migrated to the Spanish countryside. The intellectual exchange improves the quality and invests in the region. This Iberian history is beautiful because its complexity has shaped its wine into a bold and strikingly distinctive beverage. We hope you enjoy a glass of Spain’s past as much as us. ¡Salut!