Spring, or what passes for it around here, is the ideal time for albariño. A new and seriously tasty entry in the Twin Towns is the 2011 Sin Palabras CastroValdés Albariño ($18). There's a raft of clean, vibrant fruit with a nice jolt in the mid-palate and an almost lush finish. It's got enough body to pair with creamy sauces, enough lift to sing with richer seafood and enough acidity to play well with salads and other "spa food." Available at the Wine Market, BrightWines and On the Rocks.