Clos Mogador 2012

by  |  07-03-2015

Most anyone who knows Priorat wines knows the story of Clos Mogador. If not, buy the book. The winery is as much Priorat as Priorat is it. That’s an oversimplification and a bit ridiculous but it’s largely true for the general public who just want that one or two sentence nugget to wrap their heads around a small Denomination of Origin that has some 100+ cellars in it. The namesake Clos Mogador wine, at 56€ is their top-end wine and generally gets no end of rave reviews. When tasting the 2008 vintage for the last version of the Priorat book, I wasn’t blown away. A very good wine, definitely, but not something that was region-defining or mind-blowing. I respected that wine and enjoyed it but left it at that. This may have been due to tasting it at the winery in the company of some sommelier from Brazil who was […]
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