It took a century for Priorat’s tide to recede to the point of vanishing. From a peak in the late 1800s of around 25,000 acres of vines, this small inland region in Spain’s Catalunya was witness to blight, civil war and economic hardship that reduced its viticultural area to 1,200…
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