What is a regional report? Well, it’s as detailed and comprehensive as your yearly physical, only a hell of a lot more fun! We create a website dedicated to a specific region and pack it full of information. Articles you’ll encounter generally include: typical grape varietals, winemaking trends, interviews with winemakers, tasting notes, culinary history and tradition, places to stay and enough photos to create your own coffee table book. In short, our intention is to answer any and all questions you have on a given region.
And as the title of this post has already disclosed, we’re heading to DO Montsant this Thursday where we’ll spend 3 days and 2 nights visiting approximately a dozen+ bodegas, a half dozen restaurants, and who knows what else we’ll encounter in between.
However, Father Time has been unyielding with us, and it’s been over a year since our last regional report when we dedicated a week to DOC Rioja, exploring its vineyards, rummaging through its historic past, demystifying its fame, and generally providing you with our impression of what you can do and find in this legendary wine region.
Hence, why we’re giddy with excitement to taste our way through a wine region that has been known as the shadowed version of its internationally renowned neighbor, DOC Priorat. Did I mention DO Montsant has a blog in three languages? Exciting! We’ll be sure to tell you more, and we’ll be posting about our adventures as they unfold.
Right now, what is of most importance to us is your questions. What do you want to learn about the wines DO Montsant? Is there a specific winery you want us to visit? Is there a grape you want more information about? Are their culinary questions that have been haunting you? Maybe a recipe you need clarification on? Is there a festival you want us to research? Or simply, tell us what you think about the wines of Montsant. Leave your questions here and we’ll make sure to get them answered for you!
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