Under Roman rule, Spanish wine was widely exported and traded throughout the Roman Empire resulting in current day plantings of traditional Spanish varietals throughout Europe and beyond. Over 600 grape varieties are planted throughout Spain but 80% of the country's wine production is focused on only 20 grape varieties. The red wine grape Tempranillo is the second most widely planted grape variety, recently eclipsing Garnacha in plantings. The white wine variety called Albariño is the most popular planting in the Rías Baixas area.
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