Spain is so much more than Rioja and Rias Baixas, than cava and sherry. Wine is starting to come here from all pockets of this sun-drenched nation. One of my favorites from a lesser-known region is the 2014 Celler del Roure Setze Gallets red blend ($12) from Valencia, most identifiable by the circled "16" on the bottle. A hearty, spicy blend of garnacha and three "M" grapes (monastrell, merlot and mando), this is delicious, mouthwatering and just plain fun to drink. The bad news: It's not going to be in the market much longer, so pounce. And pair it with grilled burgers or brats, or the dish that its region is most famous for, paella.

Available at the Wine Shop, Dolce Vita, Solo Vino and South Lyndale.