Broken Spanish - Wine & Spirits Magazine

Broken Spanish

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In a town where Mexican restaurants are both a cultural emblem and a cliché, inject Ray Garcia: You’ll get your quesadilla stuffed with oxtail, and your chicharróns goosed with pickled herbs and radish sprouts. Mathieu Giraud’s Spanish and French wine selections are tight, but his collection of bottlings from Baja, Mexico, including Bichi’s Moscatel Negro La Santa, may be the largest in the country.
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Patrick J. Comiskey covers US wines for Wine & Spirits magazine, focusing on the Pacific Northwest, California’s Central Coast and New York’s Finger Lakes.

This story appears in the print issue of April 2019.
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