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In order to tell a story that relates so dearly to my very being, and my cultural upbringing, I had to roll a Mary Jane. There are few people who light my fire, and one of them is Rene Barbier. This wasn’t our first time in Gratallops…read more
To start this story off right, I hope everyone reading along will be able to relate to my next reference. If not proceed with step 2. With every bit as much mystery and excitement, our host Jordi scooped us up in his furgoneta…read more
Trying brilliant wines is never enough for us, we must go visit Mount Everest to understand its immensity. Our chance stubble across Porrera, and the legend it endows, was instigated by a birthday celebration for one of our buddies…read more
There is something to be said about the heart throbbing views of the mediterranean, you know it when you see it, and one of the best being the views kept ever so lushly at Finca Garbet. The lucky son-of-a-gun at Castillo de Perelada…read more
If you don’t read any further, at least you have been informed of one piece of harmony going down in the middle of Els Aspres de l’Albera, a beautiful area near the town of Sant Climent Sescebes, in D.O. Empordà (North-east of Catalunya).read more
And the journey in Terra Alta continued: next stop was Batea, the once wealthy and commercially productive municipality of Terra Alta. We were greeted by Joan Vaqué at LaFou Cellers just as the rain fully graced us with her presence…read more
The day seemed appropriately challenging from the moment we jumped in the car. The low hanging grey clouds told us we were going to have to really want to know the beauty of Terra Alta in order to experience…read more
We got wind of Raül Bobet by first watching an episode of En Clau de Vi (a TV Program in Catalonia), where Josep Roca (sommelier of El Celler de Can Roca) curiously introduced the viewers to something phenomenal…read more
What I am about to tell you is part local news part personal experience, just so you know it does get funky. There are those people that you have to meet more than 3 or four times to really understand the immenseness of their work….read more
Our latest encounter in Pla de Bages brought us to something not often met without having prior contact. Driving through the beautiful countryside, we landed in the quaint village of Artés. The greeting of a…read more