Priorat is a Spanish Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOCa) (DOQ in Catalan) for wines produced in the Priorat county to the south-west of Catalonia. The DOQ covers 11 municipalities.
It primarily produces powerful red wines, which came to international attention in the 1990s. The area is characterised by its unique terroir of black slate and quartz soil known as llicorella.
It is one of only two wine regions in Spain to qualify as DOCa, the highest qualification level for a wine region according to Spanish wine regulations, alongside Rioja DOCa