There’s been a justified push to promote “terroir” insofar as it relates to wine. This French word, which means “sense of place” or more simply, “locale” is all fine and good unless it’s the case that your “terroir” doesn’t really have a name and the one most associated with it has no relation to where your wine comes from. Such is the case that Toto Marqués found themselves in as they’re producing a wine in a cellar in the village of Prades from grapes they have nearby in the forests […]

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