DOQ Priorat holds a special seat in the pantheon of Spanish wine Denominations of Origin. When 40 years ago a group of bohemian friends settled in one of the areas with poorest soils in the region to try and bring it back to life after the 19th century’s pests, everybody took them for fools. Today, this group of then adventurous hippies compose the elite of winemaking in Spain and what was a poor, economically forgotten rural area has become a dream come true. We are talking about an isolated Mediterranean landscape surrounded of steep hills and forgotten villages and, indeed, some of the poorest and harshest soils around. From there, almost like a miracle, some of the roughest vines grew, old and dry, giving some of the most internationally awarded Catalan and Spanish wines. Leave the city behind to immerse into this rural hills region of highly regarded landscapes that will change the way you understand wine.

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