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Offbeat Spain: Xarello
14 Mar 2012 by Luis Gutiérrez
See our Guide to Luis' tour of offbeat Spain . Although I'm proud of my articles about CVNE in Rioja and Vega Sicilia in Ribera del Duero , I now intend to spend a bit of time off the beaten path to report on some of Spain's lesser-known grapes and regions: Monastrell from Jumilla and Alicante; Romé in Málaga; Moravia Agria in Manchuela; Garnacha in Sierra de Gredos and Priorat; Mencía in Bierzo and Ribeira Sacra; red Caíño in Rías Baixas; Albariño and Godello in Galicia - and, the first of my series on highly personal Spanish wines, Xarello currently experiencing something of a comeback in Penedès. Many of...

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