This is a very pleasant Spanish Garnacha, a table-ready pairing for almost any white meat.
It's juicy, but complex and balanced, not simple.
This year, I’m getting into the revivalist spirit, choosing wines that fell out of favor somewhere in the 20th century but are now being brought back thanks to a handful of dedicated producers.
As sparkling wines continue to grow in sales in the U.S., wine drinkers are looking for alternatives to Champagne, but what about higher end imports from Spain? More specifically, is high quality Cava an oxymor...