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Huerta de Albalá wines

The traditional image of Andalusian wine has undergone what some have called the ´purple revolution’ in the past decade. We have seen in the region a rise in conventional wines that are no longer side-lined in a region whose cultural fabric has so far been dominated by fortified wines such as Sherry and Manzanilla. Wineries such as Huerta de Albalá have sprung up across Andalusia with the aim of finding different oenological alternatives to show that the south is not only land of fortified wine.

Huerta de Albalá