Priorat

The Priorat wine region in northern Spain can be found in Catalonia around the town of Tarragona. This is the region famous for old vine Grenache, planted right up until the start of the 20th century, and Carignan grapes from younger vines are also used in winemaking today. The region’s high, rugged, rocky hillsides can produce some of the world’s most expensive wines, due to the low yielding grape vines producing superior quality grapes. The best Priorat wines tend to be dense, concentrated and mineral due to the schist soils of the region.

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