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Spanish Wine

Getting Cozy With Spanish Wines
Spain is a quickly developing winemaking country that is benefiting greatly from modern technology and growing techniques. Though the country is home to a wide range of climates, much of the land is located on a central plateau that is quite hot and arid. With improvements in irrigation and temperature-controlled fermentation, many more wineries are able to make quality wines. Starting with the North Coast, stretching from Galacia to the Pyrenees, ...more
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2020 Yé-Yé Macabeo

“Bright, Easy Drinking, Refreshing”

$15.99 Regular Price$13.99 Members
2020 Wonderful Wine Co.® Tempranillo

“Red Fruit, Quaffable, Organic”

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4.2
$22.99 Regular Price$19.99 Members
2020 Altre Món Grenache

“Red Fruit, Silky, Easy Drinking”

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4.2
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2020 Spartico Red Blend

“Fruit Forward, Silky, Organic”

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3.7
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2019 Wonderful Wine Co.® Syrah

“Dark Fruit, Velvety, Organic”

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3.7
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2019 Yé-Yé Carignane

“Complex, Elegant, Flavorful”

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2019 Altre Món Red Blend

“Dark Fruit, Quaffable, Friendly”

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4.1
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2020 Altre Món Verdejo

“Citrus, Crisp, Aromatic”

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4.1
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Spanish Wine

Slightly further inland but still firmly in the north is the Rioja region. Lying near the French border, Rioja was able to benefit in the late 1800s from Bordelaise winemakers crossing into Spain on the hunt for wine to export back to France. This is where barriques were introduced and many of the oldest Rioja bodegas date back to this time period. Tempranillo is the backbone of most of the ...more