A Beheading Leads to Big Things

As the legend goes, Saint Frontonio, a man of great faith, was put to death by the Romans for his beliefs. He was beheaded; the body was buried and the head cast into the River Ebro, as was customary for the times. The people of the nearby town of Épila, presumably going about their daily business, were in awe when soon after they witnessed something altogether miraculous. The very same head had been making its way upriver against the current and had come to a stop upon their banks, choosing their town for its final resting place. So Saint Frontonio became the Patron Saint of Épila. This ethos of swimming against the current despite the odds brings me to Bodegas Frontonio’s 2014 Telescópico

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