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Nice little piece in the New York Times the other day about the growing appeal of albariño, the Spanish white wine that comes primarily from Rías Baixas, on the Atlantic coast of Galicia, and that "has become as much a brand name for Spanish whites as pinot grigio has for Italian."

For people who enjoy wine, it is worth reading here.
KC's View:
I include this story because albariño is one of my favorite wines. Had it the first time on the western coast of Spain, in a small restaurant near the water, where it was paired by black squid ink pasta and a massive amount of seafood. One of my most memorable meals ever...