BRIGHT RASPBERRY, HERBS, GLOU GLOU! In a region known for whites, the rare reds of Ribeiro really stand out. The opposite of the brawny Garnachas and Tempranillos famous elsewhere in Spain, these unique blends have savory, dark red fruit and woodsy spice flavors, but with a lighter body and a thirst-quenching snap. From a cool, Atlantic-influenced area, this feels like a cousin to the Gamays and Cabernet Francs of France’s Loire Valley. You could even consider serving this lightly chilled. Serving Suggestion: Seared tuna steak, w/ soy & ginger. This has everything you need in a Thanksgiving red – refreshing, fun & savory.