Spanish wine 101
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No other European nation offers wider wine diversity within terrific value than Spain. Thanks to persistent, visionary importers, the American wine consumer has begun to recognize Spanish native varietals – Garnacha, Tempranillo, Monastrell, Albariño, Verdejo – as stylish alternatives to the usual suspects like Cabernet and Chardonnay. Learn about the growing regions of Rías Baixas and Rueda for fresh white wines and Campo de Borja, Montsant, Rioja, Jumilla, and La Mancha for spicy and deep reds.