El Terrerazo

El Terrerazo

39° 31' 26" N


1° 13' 46" W




about this subregion

The El Terrerazo sub-region, nestled within the broader Valencia wine region of Spain, is a hidden gem renowned for its unique environment that lends itself to the cultivation of exceptional grape varieties. Located in the province of Valencia, El Terrerazo boasts a landscape characterized by a harmonious blend of Mediterranean and continental climates. This diverse climate, with hot, dry summers and mild winters, creates an ideal environment for vineyards to flourish.

One of the distinctive features of El Terrerazo is its red grape varieties, particularly Bobal, Syrah, and Garnacha Tinta, which thrive in this terroir. Bobal, the region's flagship grape, dominates the vineyards with its thick-skinned berries that yield robust, deeply colored wines. Syrah, with its aromatic intensity and structure, complements Bobal, adding complexity to the blends. Garnacha Tinta, known for its fruit-forward and spicy character, rounds out the trio, contributing to the region's diverse wine offerings.

The combination of these grape varieties and the unique terroir of El Terrerazo gives rise to wines of exceptional depth and character. The arid soils, sun-drenched vineyards, and passionate winemakers make El Terrerazo a captivating sub-region that continues to capture the hearts and palates of wine enthusiasts worldwide. Exploring the wines of El Terrerazo is an invitation to savor the essence of this distinctive Mediterranean enclave in every glass.


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Vineyard Hectares





Discover Terroir

The Vino de Pago El Terrerazo region covers 87 hectares in the town of Utiel, located in the region of Valencia. A large part of its cultivated area (approximately 2/3) is planted with the Bobal grape.

This region has a markedly Mediterranean climate. The winters tend to have a greater continental influence, due to its cold days, while during the spring most of the rainfall is concentrated and the summers tend to be rather dry and hot.

In this region, the soils are mainly clay-loam in texture, with a low pH, and are located on a thin limestone crust.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: : Bobal, Syrah, Garnacha Tinta.

El Terrerazo wine region stands as a testament to the artistry of winemaking. This bountiful land yields an exceptional array of red and white wines that truly capture the essence of the Mediterranean terroir.

At the heart of El Terrerazo, the majestic Bobal grape reigns supreme. Indigenous to the region, Bobal wines are a celebration of history and tradition. Deep ruby in color, these wines offer a harmonious blend of ripe berries, earthy notes, and a touch of spice, crafting a symphony of flavors on the palate. Rich and full-bodied, Bobal wines leave a lasting impression, inviting you to savor each sip and experience the essence of this exceptional grape.

In the realm of white wines, El Terrerazo showcases the vibrancy of Macabeo. Also known as Viura in other parts of Spain, Macabeo wines captivate with their freshness and vivacity. Delicate floral aromas intermingle with zesty citrus and crisp apple flavors, creating a delightful bouquet that exudes the essence of the Mediterranean breeze. These bright and refreshing whites provide a harmonious balance, making them perfect companions for warm days and light seafood dishes.

In El Terrerazo, the wines crafted from Bobal and Macabeo embody the spirit of the land and the dedication of the winemakers. With every bottle, they offer an invitation to indulge in the magic of this distinctive wine region, where tradition meets innovation, and the taste of the Mediterranean comes alive in every glass.