Terra Alta Landscape - Angela Llop

Terra Alta: exploring Spain’s wine highlands

Header image: Terra Alta Landscape by Angela Llop / CC BY-SA

Take the road to Terra Alta (literally high land) and you begin to understand the region’s struggle to get on Spain’s wine map. Stuck in the far south-west of Catalunya, on the right bank of the Ebro river, getting here can be a trek. County capital Gandesa is just 55 km inland from the Mediterranean, but if you’re unlucky enough to get stuck behind a lorry as it clanks its way through the gears on the climb up from Reus, it can feel a lot further.

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Spanish winemaker Amaya Cervera

An interview with Spanish Wine Lover Amaya Cervera

The Spanish Wine Lover website was set up in September 2014 to help wine lovers around the world learn more about the regions, wineries, landscapes and people that make Spain one of the most innovative and exciting wine-producing countries in the world right now. The international, multilingual team have just won their third consecutive IWC award for Best Online Platform in recognition of their contribution to raising the profile of the Spanish wine sector internationally. We caught up with Spanish Wine Lover’s founder, Amaya Cervera, to find out more.

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