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Spain's New Wave of Whites

In Galicia, ancient varieties yield distinctive new wines
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: November 30, 2004

Galicia is green and wet. Pushing inward from Spain's Atlantic coast, this westernmost region of Green Spain seems more like the Irish countryside, which was settled some 2,500 years ago by Iberian Celts who left from Galicia's rocky shores, than like the sun-ripened Spanish wine appellations of Ribera del Duero, Toro and Priorat.

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