Galicia, in northwestern Spain, is famous for its seafood-friendly whites. Reds like this, however, should broaden the region's reputation. A blend of local varieties Carrasquin, Verdejo & Albarin Negro and Mencia grown on extremely steep slopes, the Seis Octavos has fresh, wild cherry flavors and a pop of spice. Monasterio de Corias may sound like a large bodega, but it's run by four people!
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