spanish wine

Campo Viejo, Viura-Tempranillo Blanco Rioja 2015 Rioja, Spain, Dry Rosé, DIAM cork, 12.0% abv This is only the second Tempranillo
Spain certainly remains a great source of vast quantities of inexpensive wine that regularly deliver good bangs per buck. On its current special offer price this little Rioja-lookalike from Valencia offers pretty spectacular value.
A United Nations sponsored wine? Well, not really, but its made in northern Spain by business partners English Master of Wine Ed Adams and South Africa winemaker Bruce Jack, and uses a mix of Spanish and French grape varieties, so it's a pretty good candidate.