It’s always a minefield to compare one wine grape to another, especially when styles around the world vary so much but in terms of Catalonia’s Trepat grape and Pinot Noir, there are more aspects than just light color and a good deal of tightness when young. The most important one is how much both of these grapes go in making sparkling wines. Pinot Noir is one of the three grapes in Champagne while the mast majority of Trepat grown goes in to Cava production. Slowly, this is changing in Catalonia […]

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