The Valencia region of Spain is located on the eastern coast of the country, with the Mediterranean Sea to the east and mountains to the west. The climate is warm and dry, with hot summers and mild winters, and the region receives plenty of sunlight throughout the year.
Valencia is known for producing a variety of wine styles, including red, white, and rosé wines. One of the most well-known wines from the region is Valencia DO, which produces mainly red wines made from the Bobal grape variety, known for its deep color and bold flavors. Other popular grape varieties in Valencia include Monastrell, Tempranillo, and Garnacha.
In Alicante, a subregion of Valencia, the wines tend to be more concentrated and full-bodied, due in part to the hot and dry climate. The region produces mostly red wines made from Monastrell, as well as white wines made from the local Merseguera grape variety. The wines are known for their depth of flavor, complexity, and ability to age well.