“They don’t seem to have rosé here,” she said, demoralized. The thing is, they do, but it’s called rosado. Before traveling to one of the most spectacularly diverse wine countries in the world, brush up on all the terms you need to know so you don’t get laughed at or end up with an overpriced carafe of wine that’s not the color you wanted.
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Jonah Miller, chef and owner of the Basque-inflected East Village restaurant Huertas, spent his formative years cooking (and drinking) across Spain. He says ordering wine in the country is pretty straightforward once you know the basics.