Spanish sparkling wine- called "Cava"- is truly an unsung hero of the wine world. These wines are all made using the traditional "Champagne" method but cost a fraction of the price of Champagne. Technically speaking Cava can be made anywhere in Spain, but in reality both the vast majority and best quality versions all come from the Penedés region near Barcelona.
This example from Avinyo is made from the three native grapes traditionally used for Cava: Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarel-lo. It is a fresh, delicious wine that will pair with just about any dish you can think of. Made from vines planted in 1945. 60% Macabeo, 25% Xarel-lo, 15% Parellada. Serve very, very cold.