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There was a time when Spanish wine seemed to be everywhere: their reds, particularly Rioja, peerlessly ruled the roost for value (and one could always find mature examples at what appeared to be absurd prices), while Cava was almost always served as an alternative to Champagne. OK, so fashions may have changed (don’t they always?), but Spain hasn’t…actually, strike that, it has, for it’s got even better. Ribera del Duero, Toro, and Priorat now vie for supremacy with Rioja, while whites like Albariño, Godello, and Verdelho are to be found on many restaurant wine-lists, and not just in the tapas bars – Spain now back in vogue, perhaps?

Albariño, Monte Xiabre, Maior de Mendoza, 2020
A delightful styler of Albariño that pleases all palates. You can almost taste Atlantic air.
£14.50
Country
Spain
Region
Rias Baixas
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Rioja, Tinto, Alegre y Valgañón, 2019
Truly head-spinning Rioja winemakers, appealingly sweet and energetic, a wine packed to the rafters with pleasure.
£14.95
Country
Spain
Region
Rioja
Style
Fruity & Uplifting
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Rioja Blanco, Alegre y Valganon, 2019
White Rioja is making a comeback, with a fresh new mouthfeel.
£14.95
Country
Spain
Region
Rioja
Style
Floral & Aromatic
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Albariño, Vendimia Nocturna, Pago de Tharsys, Requena, 2020
A bottle that delivers much more than any other Albariño you have tasted. Perfect for a long, wine-filled lunch.
£18.50
Country
Spain
Region
Valencia
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Crianza, Number 12, Tinto Figuero, 2017
Its finesse and elegance are almost haunting with pleasant smooth acidity and vivid fruits.
£19.95
Country
Spain
Region
Ribera del Duero
Style
Classic & Savory
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Viñas Viejas, Tinto Figuero, 2016
Playful ripeness of the Tempranillo, so expressive and reflective of the place it was grown.
£29.50
Country
Spain
Region
Ribera del Duero
Style
Classic & Savory
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