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Man With A Plan

Through grit and talent, Alvarao Palacios has become the most exciting winemaker in Spain
Bruce Schoenfeld
Issue: September 30, 2002

With its dark wood and free-floating light fixtures, Álvaro Palacios' 3-year-old winery looks like a showpiece out of Architectural Digest. An oblique-angled palace set on a hillside, it fronts the gloomy, ocher-toned Spanish town of Gratallops with glass walls that come to a point like the prow of a ship.

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