T h e a r t o f m a k i n g w i n e

The art of making wine

T h e A r t O f W i n e B l e n d i n g

To craft the Mucho Mas wines, we select grapes from amongst the best vineyards in several of Spain’s most famous winegrowing regions. Here we seek out the most important grape varieties to make the head-turning wines of Mucho Más.

But…what is blending?

This is the art of making wine. Mixing different varieties of grapes to complement their best qualities in the final wine.

Each grape variety has its own personality, so our winemakers invest time and energy to develop blends that capture the maximum flavour and interest.

The Mucho Más blends are unique because we take grapes from several key winegrowing areas, blending them together to create this authentic range of wines

This is because each variety has its own personality, so our oenologist invests his time and energy in evaluating each wine to finally assemble the winning combination.

In the case of the Mucho Más range, we have different varieties of red and white grapes that, in their combination, give rise to this unique and authentic range of wines.


This red grape variety is the most widely cultivated in Spain. It is so called as it is the grape variety that usually ripens earliest (“más temprano” in Spanish). It adapts very well to extreme climates, and to most of the land in our country. Its colour is dark purple giving rise to intense red wines with purple reflections. The smell of wines made with Tempranillo is reminiscent of black and red fruits, such as plum or strawberry. Generally this variety produces soft wines with moderate acidity, although it depends on the area where it is grown.


Its origin is unclear, some placing it in the Persian city of Shiraz and others in Syracuse, Sicily. It came to Spain in the 1990s, and is mainly cultivated in Castilla La Mancha. It is characterized by giving the wine a very dark colour, and a very fruity flavour reminiscent of violet. Above all, it produces young wines without ageing.


Previously the most cultivated variety in Spain, it was discovered around the 16th century in Aragon, but at the beginning of the 20th century it was erroneously associated with poor quality wines and was replaced by Tempranillo grapes. In a reversal of fortune, it is now considered one of the highest quality grapes in our country, since it is grown mainly on old vines and with lower production. It is one of the most versatile red grapes and can give young and fresh wines or Fuller-bodied and elegant wines.


It is a grape native to Spain, which is mainly grown in the Levante area. High quality rosé wines are produced with a lower alcohol content and acidity than other rosé wines. When tasting Bobal grape wines, we perceive herbaceous and red fruit notes. They are perfect to accompany rice dishes made with chicken or seafood.


It is the most famous White grape in our country, although its origin is located in North Africa. Currently grown in Castilla Leon and also in Castilla La Mancha, it has a very characteristic smell that mixes tropical fruit aromas with freshly cut grass. It has a mild and fruity flavor, and the wines made with this grape usually have an alcoholic strength around 13ºC.

Sauvignon Blanc

From French origin, it is one of the most famous international white grapes. It is grown in France and Spain, but also in New Zealand, South Africa, reaching Brazil and Canada. It is considered the influencer grape as there are contests exclusively dedicated to taste and evaluate it. It gives rise to elegant wines, with a light sweet touch and very easy to drink.


Also French, specifically from the area of Burgundy. This grape not only produces still wines, but also Cavas and Champagnes. It stands out for its acidity, aromas reminiscent of green apple or citrus fruits such as mandarin, and for leaving a lasting taste in the mouth.