"It's hard for this wine's colorful label not to be its first draw — but upon second glance, it's worth tasting, too. Zios Albariño hails from the Rías Baixas region of Spain, a denomination of origin in Galicia that's specifically known for albariño. But unlike Portuguese albariños, this one's bolder on the tongue, with a bracing acidity and a touch of effervescence. It finishes with notes of ripe bananas and papayas." — Susannah Chen, editor
2010 Zios Albariño
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