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16:32

LifeStyle

27 December 1703: England and Portugal sign a Port Wine Treaty

Debbie Bartlett

...producers would only bottle enough sherry as they needed according to demand, and then top up the barrel with some of their younger wine. This practice, which is now known as the famous 'solera', introduced new flavours and aromas and the wines developed new

14:04

Local

Local winery to offer tourists the chance to spend the night in a barrel

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...the wine is made and the everyday life and work of the bodega. This is one step in a much more ambitious project which will also include a rural campsite. The camping area is where the barrel-shaped cabins have been provisionally located; they have ... barrel. This is a completely new type of rural tourism," says Garijo. The company is not new to tourism: a few years ago it restored an old farmhouse and converted it into a restaurant and event venue, which has attracted numerous visitors and interested ... more people in the wines of Malaga. "With these barrel-shaped cabins, we have moved on from simple wine tourism. People in Malaga are very keen on rural tourism and we think what we offer should reflect that," says Garijo. They have been working on

19:39

LifeStyle

Barrels in common

A. J. LINN

The main thing the sherry and whisky trade have in common is the use of old sherry butts from Jerez to age Scotland's premium product. Last week Richard Peterson, chief distiller of White & McKay, was in Spain for one of his regular meetings with hea

15:09

Opinion

The cava dream team

ANDREW J. LINN

As with many of Spain's secondary wine regions, no-one would have given you tuppence for a tinto from Calatayud ten years ago. It was only consumed locally, usually from the barrel. The wine has come a long way since then, and, bordering the Somontano

14:51

Opinion

There's wine in them there hills

ANDREW J. LINN

barrel for 15 months. Officially classed as a natural wine rather than an organic one, it really deserves a second look. Around 15 euros. While wine has been made in the Ronda Sierras since Roman times or before, everything came to a sudden halt in the

11:26

Opinion

Supermarket weep

Peter Edgerton

...intently studying the toothbrush display for reasons best known to herself. The mother walked past in quite the normal fashion but girl A , just behind her, decided to barrel directly into me, presumably a result of my natural charisma. I swerved to avoid a

16:15

Opinion

The Bourdain way

ANDREW J. LINN

14-month barrel matured Tempranillo with a touch of oak would be difficult to improve upon. Renowned Danish chef René Redzepi ('Noma') defined him as the most important person in our industry: "He was the Milky Way, and we around him were nothing more

14:36

Opinion

No more Parker points

ANDREW J. LINN

...the wine department has a section with bottles under ten euros, which is worth exploring. This red from Castilla is made from Tempranillo, Garnacha and Syrah grapes, and is barrel-aged for twelve months. You will certainly not regret spending ten euros

14:21

Opinion

Is wine tourism worthwhile?

ANDREW J. LINN

...a long time before we get to the level of some Californian Napa Valley showplaces. At Castillo de Amarosa a visit costs 18,000 euros, but does include a barrel of wine for ageing plus 288 bottles of their best Cabernet Sauvignon, a leather-bound