Try This: Canary Islands Wines [SP]

We’ve been to the balmy, subtropical Canary Islands before and one of the things that fascinated us so much was the microclimates: coastal and breezy, leafy and wet, dry and mountainous, not to mention the unique qualities of the soil. As a collection of islands you may presume they need to import a lot of what they eat and drink, but you’ll be surprised what a vast scope of production actually occurs on the islands, from producing tropical fruits like watermelon, banana and pineapple to coffee and wine! [AD — Paid Collaboration with Proexca]

The Canary Islands are located just 100km from the coast of North Africa but this autonomous municipality of Spain lies 1,300km from the Spanish mainland. Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote are the biggest islands, and – chances are – if you’re reading this from Ireland or the UK you definitely know these islands and have probably spent time in these incredibly popular tourist hot spots which boast year-round sunshine. However, with that unique climate it’s also a very suitable region to produce wine, which you may have not tried before –– let us give you a bit of a delicious overview of six wineries spread across the Canary Islands!

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