A creative tasting at Clos 93

by  |  20-11-2012

When you have less to work with, you make what you have count. This is often the case when we encounter small cellars that are just getting started out and they want to let people know about their wines. If you can’t tap Frank Gehry to design your winery then you have to get more creative such as hosting a wine tasting in the vineyards. Yeah, it might seem like a cheesy setting for a brochure shoot but despite experiencing it several times, it is admittedly effective. One of our more memorable visit was in Sopron, Hungary with the Pfeiszl sisters, but a recent one with Clos 93 was up there. They’re a new winery in the DOQ Priorat (in fact, they’re #93 in the total 98 that exist, hence the name) and, while based in El Lloar, they make their wine at another cellar so they have a bit […]
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