Last October, in one of the few open windows for travel in between the lockdowns that we keep experiencing during this pandemic, I made a trip to Bierzo to taste their wines and compile research for a forthcoming report on the region. The days were long, filled with intense tastings in morning, multiple winery visits in the afternoons, and then trying to find enough decent places to eat in the town of Cacabelos were I was staying that weren’t full of “pilgrims” doing the Camino de Santiago as Bierzo sits […]
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