Grapes born of volcano and sea (Spain)
To drink only the best-known wines from time-honored regions is a little like eating in the same restaurants over and over. You can’t go wrong, perhaps, but without the rewards of exploration, you are missing out on so much more. This has never been truer for wine lovers than it is today. Yet of all the world’s wine regions well off the beaten path, none is farther removed than the Canary Islands.There, on a scattering of volcanic islands, lie some of the most unusual, visually striking vineyards seen anywhere on earth, reports The New York Times.