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17:10

Opinion

A place at Christmas

IGNACIO LILLO

...turns: group A starts at eight on Christmas Eve, as a sort of dinner-supper; and then in successive shifts until downing the grapes at midnight on New Year's Eve. But not much later than that mind you, as by one o'clock at the latest we've all got to be

20:05

What to do

Philippe Pasqua finds beauty in the dark side at CAC Málaga

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...placed the sculpture group La Cène, his version in bronze of Da Vinci's Last Supper. Here Jesus and the 21 apostles are masked and grotesque figures, impossible to identify. They are seated at a table with clear references to Bacchus, bunches of grapes

15:01

Opinion

Record grape harvest - for what?

ANDREW J. LINN

It never rains but it pours. Or, if you prefer, it's the Paddy factor. What should have been one of Spain's record grape harvests will never happen as planned, due to the Covid-19 effect. Usually a bumper harvest would mean millions more bottles to ... be enjoyed at home, in restaurants, and exported. Instead the general drop in wine sales will almost certainly cause an unusable surplus. In greater sums than ever before 90 million euros will be 'wasted' on distilling grapes to make industrial

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

Bernardo, Salvador, Pepe, Francisco and Paco form one of the teams of grape-pickers who, between now and October, will be harvesting the 110,000 kilos of grapes which are expected this year for the A. Muñoz Cabrera (Dimobe) winery in Moclinejo, a ... great care and skill to pick the Muscat of Alexandria grapes in a year which is marked by uncertainty for the Malaga wine-producing sector because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Unsurprisingly, the drop in sales to bars and restaurants ... other varieties of grape as well as the Muscat of Alexandria, including Romé and Pedro Ximenez. "This part of the La Indiana area is where the phylloxera plague began at the end of the 19th century, and in just a few years all the vines had been lost.

12:38

Local

UN and Malaga university sign agreement in bid protect local grape

Eugenio Cabezas

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has signed an agreement with the University of Malaga to write a technical report which will look into the vulnerability and resilience of the grape variety grown in the Axarquía. ... The grape, which is traditionally dried to become muscatel raisins and used to produce local wine, was given the FAO's Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) distinction in 2017 in recognition of the traditional and sustainable way in

13:21

Local

Axarquía village launches bow-tie tourism campaign

Eugenio Cabezas

...tie with a burgundy knot, after the village. The burgundy knot represents the importance of grapes and wine locally. The company has put up a welcome sign and a number of posters around Moclinejo and the hamlet of El Valdés which belongs to the

14:46

Opinion

It's in the can

ANDREW J. LINN

...considerations of vintages or grape blends. Introduced by the Ford Coppola winery in California in 2003, sales of canned wine never slowed, and Forbes predicts a 30 per cent market share before long. It is odd (but not surprising to anyone who knows Spanish

20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...money, carrying the icon of a bunch of grapes!). The Roman amphitheatre remains and provides an impressive viewpoint from which to enjoy a panorama of the unspoilt landscape. Modern day oenologists have restored Ronda’s profile as a wine-growing region,

16:52

Opinion

Intruders

ANDREW J. LINN

...they are technically qualified, he suggests. If we mention to an Australian or Californian winemaker that Spanish bodegas are limited to what grapes they can grow by the regional Regulatory Commission, the reaction is an amazed, "You mean they cannot ... plant the grapes they choose to make their wine?" In the majority of countries there are no such controls on winemakers. So why are the Spanish - and French and Germans - so enthusiastic about maintaining endless rules and regulations? It can only be

17:24

Opinion

Champagne has its moments

ANDREW J. LINN

French, sales are not buoyant anywhere, and the reasons could hardly be simpler in spite of explanations that are offered on a semi-official level, ranging from French street protests to tax rises on sales of grapes. Disingenuously the big champagne houses