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Wines by Grape Type
A wide selection of the most recognized wines from all regions of the world. Discover which wine is best known and to which region it belongs within each country.
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TYPES OF WINE GRAPES

The best types of grapes for the finest wines

Wines from Champagne

Wines from Jerez

Wines from Piamonte

Wines from La Rioja

Arrayán Garnacha 2015 Arrayán Garnacha 2015
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€12.00 €15.29
The great wine of Arrayán is a garnacha made in open barrels using a third of a whole bunch for freshness and structure. Without barely squeezing, spontaneous fermentation with soft bazuqueos is allowed. Middle layer...
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€12.65
After being a pioneer with Pegaso Barrancos de Pizarra, Telmo Rodríguez takes a new twist and introduces us to ZETA, a little great wine that continues to be made with old ecological vines within the same Pegaso Viñas...
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Wines from Rodano Norte

€9.50
Edra is an exciting project, located in La Hoya de Huesca, in the Aragonese pre-Pyrenees. Tasty wines, with acidity, a modern presentation and an extraordinary value for money. Your Edra Sol is the perfect example of...
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Wine Regions in Europe

Aglianico

Alarije

Albarin Blanco

Albarin Negro

Albariño

Albillo

Albillo Mayor

Alfrocheiro

Alicante

Alicante Bouschet

Alicante Branco

Aligote

Alvarelhao

Antao Vaz

Aragonés

Arinto

Arinto dos Azores

Assyrtiko

Auxerrois

Azal

Baboso

Baga

Barbera

Bastardo

Bical

Blanca del País

Blanco Rucio

Blaufrankisch

Bobal

Bonarda

Bourboulenc

Brancellao

Bruñal

Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Sauvignon

Caiño Tinto

Calabres

Calagraño

Callet

Canaiolo

Caracol

Cariñena

Carrasquin

Castelao

Caíño

Cencibel

Cerceal

Chardonnay

Chasselas

Chenin Blanc

Ciliegiolo

Cinsault

Codega do Larinho

Colombard

Colorino

Corvina Veronese

Corvinone

Diego

Dolcetto

Dona Blanca

Donzelinho

Espadeiro

Ferrón

Fogoneu

Frappato

Frappato di Vittoria

Furmint

Gamay

Garganega Bianca

Garnachaa

Garnacha Blanca

Garnacha Tintorera

Gewurztraminer

Giró

Godello

Gouveio

Graciano

Grecanico

Groilleau Gris

Harslevelu

Hondarribi Zuri

Hondarribi Zuri Zerratia

Isabela

Jacquere

Jaen

Juan García

Listán Blanco

Listán Negro

Loureira

Loureiro

Macabeo

Malagousia

Malbec

Malvasía

Malvasía Riojana

Malvasía Rosada

Malvasía Volcánica

Mandó

Manto Negro

Maria Gomes

Marmajuelo

Marsanne

Marufo

Mazuelo

Melon de Bourgogne

Mencía

Merenzao

Merlot

Merseguera

Monastrell

Mondeuse

Moravia Agria

Moscatel

Moscatel de Alejandría

Moscatel Rosada

Moscato

Moscato Bianco

Mouratón

Mourvedre

Muscadelle

Muscat

Nascetta

Nebbiolo

Negramoll

Negreda

Palomino

Palomino Fino

Parellada

Pedral

Pedro Ximénez

Petit Verdot

Picapoll Blanc

Pinela

Pinot Blanc

Pinot Gris

Pinot Meunier

Pinot Noir

Poulsard

Prieto Picudo

Primitivo

Puesta en Cruz

Rabigato

Raposo

Rebula

Rieslaner

Riesling

Roditis

Rondinella

Roupeiro

Roussanne

Rufete

Samsó

Sangiovese

Sankt Laurent

Sargamuskotaly

Sauvignon Blanc

Savagnin

Semillón

Silvaner

Sousao

Sousón

Sumoll

Syrah

Tempranillo

Tempranillo Blanco

Tinta Amarela

Tinta Barroca

Tinta Cao

Tinta da Barca

Tinta de Toro

Tinta Francisca

Tinta Jeromo

Tinta Negra

Tinta Roriz

Tintilla de Rota

Tinto Fino

Torrontés

Touriga Franca

Touriga Nacional

Treixadura

Trepat

Trincadeira

Trousseau

Ugni Blanc

Verdejo

Verdejo Negro

Verdelho Original

Verdicchio

Verdil

Verdoncho

Vermentino

Vidueño

Vijariego

Vinhao

Viognier

Viosinho

Viura

Xarel.lo

Xinomavro

Zelen

Zeta

Welcome to Coalla, our exclusive wine shop, a space where the passion for wine meets the excellence of selection. Our dedication to quality and authenticity has led us to categorize our wines according to the grape variety, offering you a unique and personalized shopping experience. Each bottle tells a unique story, created by the distinctive influence of the grape that composes it.

What are the Different Types of Wine According to their Grape?

Every bottle in our store is the result of the art and mastery of winemakers who have perfectly understood the peculiarities of each grape. Reds embody the strength of Tempranillo or the elegance of Pinot Noir, while whites shine with the freshness of Sauvignon Blanc or the complexity of Chardonnay.

Wines According to their Grape Type

In this corner of our store, wine enthusiasts can explore the subtleties and complexities that each grape brings to its respective wine. From intense reds with notes of ripe fruits to fresh whites with floral touches, each wine is a unique expression of the grape variety that composes it.

Our store is meticulously organized to facilitate your search. From classic red grapes to lesser-known whites, we have created an environment where you can explore and discover new viticultural gems according to your preferences. Buying wines by grape type becomes a personalized and exciting experience.

Buy Gourmet Wines by Grape Type

In our online catalog, finding your ideal wine becomes simple. Filter according to the grape type that fascinates you and discover a world of options that suit your unique palate. Each purchase becomes a conscious and satisfying choice, ensuring you find the perfect wine for every occasion.

How Many Types of Grapes for Wine Are There? What Grapes Are Best for Making Wine?

While the choice of grape depends on individual taste, certain varieties have gained renown for their versatility and quality. Discover the grapes that form the basis of the most appreciated wines. Immerse yourself in the viticultural richness offered by our catalog, from well-known red grapes like:

Cabernet Sauvignon: A red grape that has gained worldwide renown for its ability to produce full-bodied and structured red wines. Originating from the Bordeaux region, France, this variety has conquered palates worldwide. Cabernet Sauvignon wines are characterized by intense aromas of blackcurrant, plum, and often exhibit notes of green pepper and cedar.

Merlot: Another classic red grape, originating from the Bordeaux region. The versatility of Merlot allows pairings with a wide variety of foods. It is a popular choice for both beginners in the world of wine and more experienced enthusiasts.

To lesser-explored white varieties like:

Viognier: Originating from the Rhône region, France, Viognier wines are known for their floral aromas, especially violets, as well as notes of apricot, peach, and honey.

 

Verdil: Verdil wines are known for their refreshing acidity and aromatic profile. This varietal is perfect for those seeking light and distinctive whites. Verdil is a native white grape from the Mediterranean region, especially present in the Valencian Community, Spain

We invite you to explore the abundance and diversity of grapes that bring your favorite wines to life.

The Most Used Types of Grapes for Wine in Spain

At the heart of Spanish winemaking tradition, our shelves house wines made from emblematic grapes such as Tempranillo, which contributes body and character, or Albariño, offering freshness and vivacity. Discover the richness of Spanish grapes that have conquered palates worldwide.

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