In the mid-1800s, Spanish wine aficionados took the red-wine approach to tasting wine and making sipping recommendations.
But after World War II, they realized that it was a more difficult task to produce a truly good wine.
So they began making wines with ingredients such as red wine vinegar, orange peel and citrus peel.
These days, these traditional Spanish wines are produced in the United States, and many of the traditional red wines are now produced in Europe.
Spanish reds are made from grapes grown in northern Spain and southern Spain, and have a distinctive taste and aroma.
In addition, they contain a higher percentage of vitamin C, which is believed to reduce the risk of developing cancer and other health problems.