What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Denominacion de Origen (general identification for Spanish wines)
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Spain still has a great system of denominacion de origen, which identifies where agricultural products come from, especially wine, but also vegetables.
Un componente muy importante del proyecto es el desarrollo de la Denominacion de Origen Sal Prehispanica de Zapotitlan Salinas.
The Denominacion de Origen (DO) for cava is unique in that, unlike the DO for any other wine produced in Spain, it refers to the method of production (methode champenoise) rather than the location in which the grapes are grown.
In 1860 it became the first cellar in Rioja to produce wines by the Bordeaux methods, and in 1973 it was the first cellar to introduce the Denominacion de Origen Rueda where it produces its famed white wines.
The company is focused on Rioja, but has a number of significant other Denominacion de Origen ("D.
On behalf of all the bodegas that make up the DOC Rioja, we are thrilled to join the Declaration partners and express our unequivocal support for the integrity of wine place names," said Victor Pascual Artacho, president of the Denominacion de Origen Calificada Rioja.
However, the company is currently in negotiations with several of the other 182 Bodegas -- which comprise the La Mancha Denominacion de Origen region of Spain -- to represent their labels in the United States.
About The Consejo Regulador de la Denominacion de Origen Calificada Rioja