Photographs don't do justice to the rugged, staggering beauty of the Priorat region of Catalonia, in northeastern Spain. The landscape is so steep and rocky that it's a wonder that wine can be made there at all, much less world-class wine.
Winemaking in Priorat goes back to the 12th century, when Carthusian monks established vineyards there. But many of the vineyards were abandoned during the time of Francisco Franco and the Spanish Civil War; vintner Alvaro Palacios says there were more than 40,000 acres of vineyards in 1900, but fewer than 2,000 by 1989. That's about the time a group of five Spanish vintners, led by Rene Barbier and including Palacios, rediscovered the area. The traditional grapes of Priorat were garnatxa (Catalan for grenache) and carinena (carignane), and the newly arrived vintners also planted varieties such as cabernet sauvignon and syrah.
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