Found in both Portugal and Spain, in lush, green regions located just across the river from each other, Albariño sees its more classic form in the single varietal wines of Rías Baixas. Often described by sommeliers as having “a Viognier nose with a Riesling palate,” Albariño typically has fragrant aromas with acid-driven, tart citrus flavors. It’s a must-try for anyone who loves dry, crisp white wines.

Get to know the Albariño grape with our illustrated guide.

An Illustrated Guide to Albariño from Spain