With Catalan president, Artur Mas signing the authorization for the non-binding Catalan Independence Referendum on Saturday, it’s opened up a cyclone of questions, mainly due to the fact that Spain, unlike the more enlightened United Kingdom, has no plans to allow it. We talk a lot about Catalan wines here not Spanish politics and so it’s important to ask how this might affect Catalan wines in Spain as they comprise 20% of the production in what is now the country that produces the most wine in the world. I discussed […]

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