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23 March 2011 News

In a exclusive tasting of Spain’s best wines from Priorat, the Catalan term for Priorato, Eric Asimov and Florence Fabricant of The New York Times discussed the high hills of Catalonia that are finally being recognized for producing powerful, seductive and still balanced expressions of terroir.

“‘These wines are big, and they’re strong, but they seduce,'” Victoria Levin of NYC’s Tangled Vine said in the article. “‘You taste it, you feel it, you want to touch it. It’s very visceral to me.'”

Among the wines tasted was the 2006 Ferrer Bobet. “Big, powerful and concentrated with smooth black fruit flavors,” the wine earned 2.5 out of 3 stars.

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