Friday February 28, 2020

To try, buy and put by

2nd September, 2018

The wines of north-eastern Spain remain legally fully Spanish but, increasingly, there are less than concealed nods to the idea of a Catalan wine identity. The wine here is called Llebre, which is slang for the phrase Ull de llebre, meaning, eye of the hare, which is also Catalan for Tempranillo. This wine is made in the foothills of the Pyrenees. The wines are hand-harvested and meticulously made, with ageing in French Oak. Llebre expresses...

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