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... tour so I need to get my head stuck in the Spain Guide very soon if I’m to make the most of this holiday. The lack of Wi-Fi isn’t great for updating this blog too so you may find it arriving in chunks. Headed off in the campervan for a final 40 minutes until we reached ...
No running this morning but first down to breakfast again bristling with the excitement of the visits ahead. Today we were to make our way to Montsant. This DO takes its name from the majestic range of mountains that define the Northern edge having spent the years before 2000 with the not very catchy name of the Falset subzone of Tarragona. Having lived under the shade of the shining Priorat region for some time, in the last few years this region has also gained ...
... bulk wine, mainly from Carignan due to its robust nature and ease of production although some Grenache was also replanted, as this was native to the area.
The Spanish Civil War and World War 2 also had a significant negative impact on the area.
It was not until the 1970s that the Cellars de Scala Dei using grapes from the same vineyards as the monks started to move towards bottled wines in a more French fine wine style. These ...
... for making it up and down this course. At the top we had the chance to wander around the village and there was a wonderful bar that was sitting up high on a rocky outcrop with a terrace which afforded sweeping views back across the valley below. This area is also very popular with rock climbers. Some of the group decided to do a small walk of a about 2 km down the mountain. By all accounts it turned out to be quite an adventure (picture Indiana Jones ...
... and their hospitality. I mentioned to Carlos that I was looking forward to drinking some Cava (Spanish bubbles) and so he gave us a glass of Cava to finish off the dinner. Our meal consisted of bread rubbed with garlic and tomato, Iberian ham, a green salad, a grilled pork sausage served with chips, white beans, grilled red peppers and grilled eggplant - it was all very delicious. For dessert we had fruit salad with syrup or juice - very nice way to finish off the ...
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