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  • Luis Gutiérrez
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  • Luis Gutiérrez
27 Nov 2012

Albariño in Spain or Alvarinho in Portugal is a white wine grape grown in both countries. For Galicia in Spain it's the main grape of Rías Baixas but it's also allowed in the two other appellations starting with R, Ribeiro and Ribeira Sacra. In Portugal it's found mainly in Vinho Verde, made in the Minho…