Expatriates who are relocating abroad to Spain may be looking forward to sampling the country's wines.
Spanish food expert Maria Jose Sevilla recommended drinking a "delicious rose" with paella.
Furthermore, the Albarino – a Galacian drink – is particularly pleasant with seafood, she continued.
"The diversity we have in Spanish food in Spanish wines" is particularly amazing at the moment, the specialist asserted.
Aragon, San Montano, Valdepenas, La Mancha and Ribera del Duero are making particularly notable wines at present, Ms Jose Sevilla remarked.
Furthermore, Rioja has had a key role in making members of the public understand "what good wines we produce in Spain", she declared.
The drinks the country makes are "easy to understand" because they typically work well with a wide range of dishes, the expert added.
While excessive alcohol could make someone more likely to have to claim for treatment with expatriate health insurance policies, international healthcare research has indicated wine could contain compounds that are beneficial for hearts, the UK's National Health Service reports.