Offbeat Spain - bits and pieces
8 May 2012 by Luis Gutiérrez
See Luis' tour of offbeat Spain - a guide I've tried to take you off the beaten path of Spanish wines, and have introduced you to Xarello from Penedès, Atlantic reds from the north west, Albariño and other whites from Galicia, Monastrell from the Mediterranean coast and Garnacha from Gredos. These are the regions, grapes and categories where I see the most innovation and the greatest number of young people producing exciting wines, but there are always other things here and there. So to round things up, I offer you various bits and bobs from different regions, most of them new, but also some very unusual wines from...

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