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I’d been familar with ABC Pinots but not their chards. This came via an offer of assorted ABC wines from a well-known internet seller based out of Seattle. Lovely “steeliness”, little or no oak that I could discern, a delicious, crisp quaffer.
Another ABC chard from the same allocation. A bit drier, more austere, but a nice mineral edge and again no discernible oak. I’m liking the house style.
The above photographs were taken in FALSET, TARRAGONA at a PRIORAT Wine Estate.
This designation of origin is considered one of the best in Spain.
Beautiful! How old is the bridge in the 3rd photograph?
Roman Era. Tarragona as well as all of Cataluna was inhabited by the Romans for approx. 600 years. (until 800 a.d. when it was inhabited and conquested by the Moorish - which consisted of a variety of Middle Easterners including Moroccans).
There are numerous Roman bridges in Spain; and one can do a “Silver Route” which starts in Mérida, Badajoz, Extremadura and goes north to Asturias.
it is highly recommended if you visit Spain.
Tell us about the Artemis. Our Costco carries it but I’ve not tried it.
I’m not a big wine guy, so don’t put too much credence in my recommendation of wines. I like it, it’s a mild fruity taste without any acidic qualities that really turn me off in wine in general. I would strongly recommend it.
Curiosity piqued. I’ll give it a try.