A tasty sample of Moroccan wine

by  |  04-09-2015

In July I was able to experience the summer in Morocco (it’s damned hot), Ramadan (everything is closed and people are really tired), and the wines which you can see a much large profile of, here. When leaving, the winery manager of Les Celliers de Meknès, Farid Ouissa, gave me a few samples to try once back in Spain so that I could have an idea what they’re doing down there. Like I said, everything was well-made, the only problem is that the wines were overall lacking any typicity in that they emulated the styles of more well-known and famous French regions. This isn’t a crime as pretty most every region that isn’t France has at one point done the same with varying levels of success. But, it always comes down to the fact that you ultimately need to show what it is that is special and unique to your […]
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