We sat down with Dominik Huber earlier this year to discuss Terroir al Limit and his latest project, Terroir Históric. In this wide ranging conversation we also talked about wine in the Priorat before 1990, his plans for developing a sustainable cooperative model stressing responsible farming, our love of the cuisine of Scandinavia and how it serves as inspiration for a return to what he calls Mediterranean values – the primacy of pure, natural ingredients in both food and wine, which are treated in the kitchen and cellar with the respect that they demand.Read More
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