It’s as much a daunting challenge as it is a pure joy when I begin to taste the wines for the annual DOQ Priorat report. It isn’t the volume that seems a bit overwhelming as it’s usually only 200-300 wines from the region given that there only ~110 active wineries. I’ve tasted far larger amounts in other regions, such as Rioja where there are literally thousands of references and I always feel like I’m drowning to keep up with everything despite over a decade of visits. With Priorat, the main […]

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