Editària: An Expression of Land and Hand
Some would say it’s the panal, that deep sandy soil built upon layers of sediment traced with lime. Some might say it’s the wind, which carries maritime influences up 700 meters from the sea below. Indeed, Picasso himself might have agreed, who came to the area to recover from scarlet fever back in 1898. Some might say it’s the indigenous grapes, among them Garnatxa Blanca and Garnatxa Peluda, that gives the wines of Terra Alta their particular finesse. Certainly all three work together to create a unique terroir which sets it apart from any other in Catalunya.
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