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Some of the world’s best wines don’t ever leave home.

Spain

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If you don’t consider Spain when thinking about white wines, you’re stuck in 1990. While the familiar Albariño can be an expensive proposition, Spaniards gravitate toward the light-bodied Verdejos from the northern appellation of Rueda, which are priced for daily consumption. They’re also—increasingly—terrific, especially when sourced from gnarled old vines. Try Angel Rodríguez’s Martínsancho, a versatile thirst-quencher that can be found at restaurants in Madrid and Barcelona for about $20. —Bruce Schoenfeld

World's Top Local Wines

Spain

If you don’t consider Spain when thinking about white wines, you’re stuck in 1990. While the familiar Albariño can be an expensive proposition, Spaniards gravitate toward the light-bodied Verdejos from the northern appellation of Rueda, which are priced for daily consumption. They’re also—increasingly—terrific, especially when sourced from gnarled old vines. Try Angel Rodríguez’s Martínsancho, a versatile thirst-quencher that can be found at restaurants in Madrid and Barcelona for about $20. —Bruce Schoenfeld

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