The only Spanish wine that has real name recognition is albariño. A few of you might know Rueda as well, but for the most part, the Spanish wines conjure up the color red. This is starting to change as white wines made from a variety of grapes are popping up all over Spain.
Leading the way in this new wave is xarel-lo (zuh-rel-o). It may not be the easiest grape to pronounce — but if you are a fan of white wine, it is one that you might want to learn, and fast. Read More