The 2008 vintage for DOQ Priorat was something of a crossing-the-Rubicon, come-to-Bacchus, everything-has-changed vintage. The wineries started the year coming off of one of their best vintages ever, 2007 (read more) and they ended the year with what was overall a very hot, dry vintage, but more to the point, the arrival of the Global Financial Crisis. From 2008 onward Spain plummeted into what is still referred to as “La […]
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