Not only is today's Spanish wine scene "among the most vibrant, dynamic and creative in the world" (Tim Atkin MW), it surely offers the best value. Exhibit A is the recently arrived Orange Grove Chardonnay. It was spotted by our intrepid Buyer ('Wine Buyer of the Year' no less) Beth on a recent scouting mission to Valencia. AKA 'Madrid by the sea', this lovely corner of Spain boasts orange groves and paddy fields - hence the paella - and, of course, vineyards. And they're not all red. Chardonnay is very much back in fashion (here and everywhere else) and when you taste this, you'll appreciate why. Laden with apple, citrus, pear, melon and quince characters, this luscious, creamy wine is phenomenally good on its own or with fresh seafood.