Historically, Roussillon and Empordà were much more joined as the former comprised what used to be the northern portion of a larger Catalonia some 350 years ago. And despite now being the last bastion of France before crossing the Pyrenees into Spain, the Catalan language still manages to hang on in Roussillon, not to mention many of the same grapes as Empordà, revolving around Grenache and Carignan, and the same […]
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