Bullas (wine region)

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DO Bullas growing area in Spain

Bullas is a wine-growing area with designation of origin ( DO since 1994) in the geographical center of the Murcia region, with Bullas as the main growing area in Spain . The area under vines is around 5,500 hectares ; The most important grape variety is the red Monastrell with an amount of almost 80% .

The mean height of the vineyards is between 400 and 900 m, the climate is Mediterranean with an average rainfall of 450 mm.


Known producers:

  • Cooperativa Nuestra Señora del Rosario
  • Bodega Balcona
  • Bodegas Madroñal
  • Bodegas Carrascalejo

Web links


  • John Radford: The New Spain. A complete guide to contemporary Spanish Wine. Mitchell Beazley, London 1998, ISBN 1-85732-254-1 .
  • Jan Read: Spain's Wines 2005/06. 7th, revised, updated edition. Hallwag im Gräfe und Unzer Verlag, Munich 2005, ISBN 3-7742-6962-9 .
  • Jeremy Watson: The new & classical Wines of Spain. Montagud Editores, Barcelona 2002, ISBN 84-7212-087-2 .