There are lots of "best kept secrets" in the world of wine, and for wine lovers, the versatility and affordability of Spanish wine may be the biggest best kept secret – that's actually not a secret at all. For the wine expert, Spanish wines are unique and continually improving, relying not only on Spanish wine-making history, but also on steady influences from France and California. For the wine novice, the price and drinkability of Spanish wine will provide room for experimentation without fear of breaking the bank.
2014 Raventos i Blanc Blanc
2008 R. Lopez de Heredia Vina Cubillo Crianza
Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano
2012 Bodega Sarmentero
Ribera del Duero
2015 Costers del Priorat, “Petit Pissarres”