I want to love Teran, really I do, but I don’t even know what to call it at this point. The wines bearing this name had been made in Istria, Croatia for some time, but as joining the EU got closer, Slovenia pulled the rug out from under those using the name of the grape. Essentially what happened was the same thing that happened in Spain with the grape Carignan or the non-French name of Cariñena/Carinyena. There happens to be a Spanish denomination of origin called DO Cariñena and they […]
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