In making travels throughout the world of wine, it’s normal to come across Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and all the rest of the 20 or so main varieties that are commonly planted around the world. Of course, every so often, you come across some severe oddball grapes; an ancient varietal that has somehow weathered many a plague and foul growing season to still exist today. And with this, we come to the white, Escanyavella in the Priorat. While many would shrug and think, “Okay, some old varietal, groovy”, […]
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