Over in Espanol, we got time to sit down with Raul Bobet, the man with the plan behind Castel D'Encus.
Raul is a bit of legend in Spanish winemaking as he is a powerful force behind Torres wines. They are a recognisable brand the world over, but one I admire. Yes they produce consistent wines, but are very ethical and not afraid to take a risk.
Raul likes a risk himself so set up D'Encus to make really unique wines - crushed in stone fermenters in the hillsides. He's a lovely chap, who seems to get what life's all about. In his eyes he'll see 30 more years of wine making before he's pushing up daisies, so that's 30 more goes as what he calls "cooking" - tryng to create the perfect vintage.
Look for Part 2 of this interview when you've set the scene with this one: there he talks about hail, wild boars and the need for method over ego.