For years, the region has battled its reputation for unexpectedly sweet and cloying wines. It’s time to look again.
Conventional wisdom about this sparkling red may pose an obstacle, but drinking the wine will revise many opinions.
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Top Whites under $15 Bodega Quo 2009 “Plumia” Dry Moscatel Here’s an odd duck from the Aragon region of Spain. The Muscat grape is traditionally made into a sweet fortified wine, but here it’s fermented until dry. It’s both remar...
Best known for lavishly sweet wines, Hungary is also making dry whites again, and some are stunningly delicious.