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Spain’s white wines sparkle in spring sun

April 7, 2010 |  6:06 am

Spain's well-earned reputation for toothsome red wines has somewhat obscured the extraordinary leaps in quality that its white wines have made for the better part of two decades. Styles have generally shifted from inward and fusty to bright and racy, pristine wines from indigenous varieties possessing a warm, open-armed immediacy, perfect for a spring meal. Read more here, and find out where you can get your own:

Photo credit: Pazo San Mauro vineyards is located in Spain's Rias Baixas region, which has its own wine culture. (Pazo San Mauro Winery)