priorat

  1. Growing Grapes in the Parched Hills of Priorat: Interview with René Barbier of Clos Mogador

    Growing Grapes in the Parched Hills of Priorat: Interview with René Barbier of Clos Mogador

    "If you taste Priorat, you will have a clear idea that it’s Priorat because 95% of the terroir of Priorat is Llicorella, this schist." René Barbier, Clos Mogador
  2. Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    Celler Vall Llach: Started As A Social Project, Now Producing Award Winning Priorat Wine

    "After Mr. Llach started to live in Porrera, he decided to do something for the town and that’s how Vall Llach, the social project, was born. He and my father started this project only to help the people in town." Winemaker Albert Costa
  3. The Women Winemakers of the "Reawakened" Priorat

    The Women Winemakers of the "Reawakened" Priorat

    The Priorat has quite recently experienced a significant reawakening as a wine region, and growing wine regions offer increased opportunities to women winemakers.
  4. Garbinada Wind and Llicorella Soil Make Mas d’en Gil Stand out from The Crowd in Priorat

    Garbinada Wind and Llicorella Soil Make Mas d’en Gil Stand out from The Crowd in Priorat

    "When people think of Mas d’en Gil, they look at us as a reference, a specific style that people are looking for, and we would like to keep the flame. But in the meantime, we are not afraid to make changes." -Antón Lorenzo
  5. Priorato and the Nine Villages

    Priorato and the Nine Villages

    While Priorato’s wine history may date back to the Carthusian monks living in the Scala Dei monastery in the 12th century, technically speaking, one of the country’s most prestigious wine regions is only 14 years old.
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