Something Old, Something New

Spain is in turmoil, but its wines have never been better

Something Old, Something New
Mas de la Rosa vineyard in Priorat is being tapped for single-vineyard reds by top producers such as Torres, reflecting vintners’ increasing focus on vineyard-designated bottlings. (Sara Matthews)
From the Oct 15, 2019, issue

Change is afoot in Spain, with new-wave wines and old-school stalwarts achieving exceptional quality in 2015 and 2016.

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