The finest examples of the Albarino grape in Spain are found in Rias Baixas. This northwest part of the country has the best environment to coax out the best flavors and brilliant level of acidity in the grapes. Christophe Chapillon moved to the area in 1986 and started making this red wine in 2017. His family has a prominent winery in the Loire Valley and cut his teeth making wine in France years earlier.The 2020 has mouthwatering acidity paired with dynamic freshness. Aromatics of lime, peaches, tropical notes and spice fill the glass. Flavors of pineapple, lemon, herbs and a mineral mouthfeel make me want another sip. Super rejuvenating and perfect for the visitors as they arrive.Pair with: seared scallops in a gewurztraminer butter sauce, grilled shrimp skewers, crab cakes, mussels in a garlic sauce.Price: $17.99– Jeff Anderson is sommelier at Westside Alcohol.