Outside the the marine fringes, or very high sites, Spain is very hot and dry, and therefore a harder place to source good white wine..
We therefore tend to focus on whites from cool and rainy Galicia (notably Albarino) or from Catalonia.
“This wine comes from a small co-operative, Viña Moraima, of artisanal growers, some with very old vines, established only in 2006 near the coast by...”
“Agaliu is an old Catalan word meaning hope. 100% Macabeo, barrel fermented, this resembles a white from Roussillon over the border. Light oak aroma,...”
“Marges are the ancient dry-stone walls which hold the agricultural terraces in place locally. Parellada, Malvasia and Xarello, three high quality...”
“A blend of 70% Palomino (better known as the mainstay of dry sherry) and 30% Godelho grown near Spain’s atlantic coast north of Portugal.”
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