7 Fun Wines to Discover Spain (Wine Spectator)

Look beyond Rioja and explore the country’s diverse bounty with these new reviews

Herència Altés is located in the up-and-coming Terra Alta region in northeast Spain.

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Herència Altés is located in the up-and-coming Terra Alta region in northeast Spain.

One of wine’s great virtues is its diversity. Today, about 20 grapes account for the majority of Spanish wine, but winemakers are increasingly looking to more obscure varieties to showcase emerging regions. Here are seven distinctive wines, all made from different grapes, that offer fine quality and value. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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