Exploring the Wines of Ribera y Rueda

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Neighboring regions of Ribera del Duero and Rueda in Spain form a delicious alliance

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“A bottle of red, a bottle of white . . .”

Three years ago my husband and I spent a month in San Sebastian, Spain, and did our daily shopping at a postage-stamp sized grocery store that carried a tiny but brilliantly curated selection of goods: freshly sliced jamon, aged Manchego, and just-picked white asparagus still covered in the red soil of nearby Navarra. The store also managed to find room for quite a few bottles of good wines, surprisingly, none of which exceeded 5 euros. A favorite among them was a Verdejo from Rueda, which I still remember as crisp and refreshing with more going on in the glass than could possibly be expected for $7 a bottle.

Read more at The Alcohol Professor.

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