Adieu France – The regrafting of Catalan vineyards

by  |  09-03-2017

“I can’t speak for all of Spain, but Cabernet Sauvignon sucks in Catalunya. You pick it when it’s ripe and you’re going to be making dessert wine. You pick it before it raisins and it’s revoltingly green.” So began one recent conversation with a Catalan winemaker that was reminiscent of many that I’ve had over the last decade. This one in particular didn’t want to have the quote attributed to […]
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