Last year, when working on finishing tracks for the high speed rail connection from Barcelona to France, the construction workers unearthed what was basically a 2,000 year-old wine cellar just north of the city. It wasn’t much of a surprise, neither the ruins nor the cellar as it’s well known that wine has been produced–and was really brought to the Iberian Peninsula–by the Romans and the Greeks before them. It started up in Empordà but very quickly spread throughout the region. It’s for reasons such as this that when visiting […]
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