Spain: Demand erupts for La Palma wine sharing name with Cumbre Vieja volcano

Sales of a red wine that shares its name with the Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain’s island of La Palma have soared since the eruption began three months ago, providing an unexpected windfall for the Bodegas Teneguia vineyard.“Since the volcano hit, the name Cumbre Vieja has been all over the news … and that’s given a serious boom to sales,” said head winemaker Carlos Lozano. “In fact, we’re totally sold out.”A blend of seven different grapes, Cumbre Vieja – named for the spiny volcanic ridge…

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