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Wines from Spain's northwest region of Galicia—now the country's leading producer of whites—are poised to be this summer's fashionable libation. The area's dominant grape, Albarino, produces aromatic and crisp wines that pair easily with food. For something bright and fruity, look to Martín Códax winery, while Pazo de Señoráns offers a rich palate with a lingering citrus finish and Do Ferreiro combines the grape's exotic fruit qualities with earthy minerality.