Home Wine Wine Regions Spain Rias Baixas Rias Baixas Located in the Galicia region of northwest Spain, Rias Baixas is renowned for its Albariño. Latest Rias Baixas content: Galician whites: Panel tasting results There’s much more to these northern Spanish wines than just Albariño, says Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW, who looks at the five main regions and their key varieties Best Rías Baixas Albariño: Panel tasting results Bodegas Pazos de Lusco in Rias Baixas. Credit: www.lusco.es González Byass buys Rías Baixas winery González Byass has acquired a winery in the DO Rias Baixas, Bodegas Pazos de Lusco. Rioja First taste: Six top Spanish wines to try If you're in the mood to treat yourself and want to see some of the best that Spain has to offer, then see scores, tasting notes and prices on six interesting new releases from the recent Wines of Spain tasting in London. Producer profile: Aalto In less than 16 years, Javier Zaccagnini and Mariano Garcia have achieved their aim – to make a wine in Ribera del Duero equal to the world’s best. Sarah Jane Evans MW meets the duo and discovers the secrets of their success Rías Baixas grows up The Albariño of Spain’s Rías Baixas was once a wine to drink young, but now it will last for a decade. What changed, asks Margaret Rand? Decanter panel tasting (Aug 2012): Rías Baixas Albariño - All wines An excellent performance, with 95% of these affordable, food-friendly wines recommended, and our judges urging wine lovers to keep them for a few years to reap the greatest rewards. jefford Jefford on Monday: The Grammar of Wine Is there a grammar of wine? Is there, in other words, a system or set of first principles through which the mass of 'wines' can be articulated and comprehended? The analogy isn't an exact one, but ampelography comes closest to making the metaphor work.