Bobal has long been the second most popular red grape variety in Spain. However, it remains a dark horse in the international wine scene. It is native to Valencia, a region in South-East Spain that’s known for extremely high temperatures … Read More
Pronunciations – “Bow-bal” Bobal is a grape variety of Spanish origin, planted mostly in the country’s eastern regions, really close to the Mediterranean coast of Spain. It’s mostly produced as a still dry red wine and still dry rose wine. What is interesting as well is that it is Spain’s second most planted grape variety. The wines tend to be ruby red with a medium to deep intensity. Some synonyms are: Requena, Bobos, Valenciana.