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9 Refreshing, Food-Friendly Albariños from Spain

New reviews of whites from the northwestern region of Rias Baixas
Courtesy of Pazo de Señorans
Pazo de Señorans' fruity, floral, minerally version is a quintessential Rias Baixas Albariño.
Thomas Matthews
Posted: May 31, 2018

Spain's wine production is dominated by reds, but in recent years its white wines have grown in quality and acclaim. Leading the way is the Rias Baixas region with Albariño, which delivers fresh wines with an appealing balance of fruity and mineral character. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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