I’m on my way to DO Somontano for a couple of days. While their wines are readily available in supermarkets in some parts of Spain, I’m looking to gain a better appreciation of what this region in Northern Aragón is up to these days. You see, it’s something of an oddity when compared to the three other DOs in Aragón (Campo de Borja, Cariñena, and Catalayud) in that while those others are Grenache dominant with a splash of Carignan, Tempranillo, and other French varieties, Somontano has its focus on non-Spanish […]

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