I’ve happily followed the work of Verónica Ortega since meeting her nearly a decade ago at Vinisud when that was still happening in Montpellier, France. Back then, she was starting out with her first releases from DO Bierzo, a still not-terribly well-known DO at the edge of Galicia. She’d finished up her tour of working for various wineries around the world, including those of exceeding fame such as, Romanée Conti in Burgundy as well as Álvaro Palacios and Daphne Glorian in Priorat, amongst many, many others. Since our first meeting, […]
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