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What of Spanish white?
24 Jun 2009 by Jancis Robinson
Spain is a red wine producing country without a doubt but, as indicated in my April survey of wines from Spain's frontiers (particularly many of the wines from such DOs as Rías Baixas, Ribeiro, Monterrei and Valdeorras), it is becoming easier and easier to find fine Spanish whites. The following 30 wines were tasted in London last month as part of a showcase of white wines organised by the generic body Wines from Spain. As usual with generic tastings, there were doubtless many vini-political reasons for their precise choice of wines to be shown - probably including whether they are imported into the UK. I can certainly think...

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