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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 ... alcohol or leaving them on the vine to rot. Potentially the 2020 harvest would have resulted in a fifth more wine than previous years, but restaurant sales have fallen by 65% and exports by half since the start of the pandemic. In many regions, such as

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

...uncomfortable and the workers say it is "horrible" to have to wear one for more than eight hours of hard labour. On slopes as steep as 45 degrees, which are difficult to climb even for the donkeys and mules they use to transport the harvest, these men use ... denominations of origin. The growers say they expect the quality to be good or very good, and a production of around four million kilos. Calendar The grape harvest began almost in unison in the Norte, Axarquía and Montes areas on 27, 28 and 29 July, picking ... the Morisco, Alexandria and Merlot varieties respectively. These were the usual dates for the harvest to start, and not significantly early compared with previous campaigns. According to a statement from the regulatory council for these

18:11

Opinion

Harvest

POLLY RODGER BROWN

Mid July in rural England is harvest. I grew up in rural Suffolk. As a child I and my siblings played all summer long in the fields of gold and the quiet lanes near our home. As we prepared to go back to school the long warm days were broken by a ... brief frenzy of activity - the annual grain harvest. For a couple of weeks the narrow country roads became lodged with rumbling tractors and huge combine harvesters which we were fascinated with. The wheat fields we had played in were dotted with stacks ... different. In the Axarquía the local crops of olives, almonds and more recently avocados were all harvested in the winter months when the hillsides around us reverberated with noisy farm machinery. Only the relatively modest grape harvest or vendimia marked

14:48

Local

Lux Mundi appeals for food donations for Harvest Festival

Jennie Rhodes

Lux Mundi will be holding Harvest Festival services in both Torre del Mar and Fuengirola centres in October. The Torre del Mar service will take place on 6 October at 11am and in Fuengirola it will take place on 27 October, at 8pm. Lux Mundi is

13:39

Local

Thirty-five per cent drop in Malaga's mango harvest in 2019 due to natural flux

A. P.

Malaga province's mango harvest officially finished last week with 23,645 tonnes of the sub tropical fruit being registered since the season began in August. Picking reaches a peak September and October. The results are 35 per cent down on 2018 ... issues also contributed to the smaller harvest. The crop has tripled over the last decade.

14:21

Opinion

Is wine tourism worthwhile?

ANDREW J. LINN

...in what must be a substantial number of purchases from the bodega shop, and the income makes it worthwhile. Outside the frenetic weeks of the grape harvest, it is easy to die of boredom in a bodega. There is little to do, and even the most reticent

13:10

What to do

Coín celebrates the orange harvest

Tony Bryant

...coincides with the harvest of the local oranges. This popular festival is the best time to taste drinks, savoury dishes and desserts made with the famous oranges of Coín. The event serves to promote tourism in the town, highlighting local gastronomy,

11:19

LifeStyle

Harvest moon(s)

Ken Campbell

Usually the full moon that occurs closest to the Autumn Equinox is christened the Harvest Moon. For the first time in many years we have two full moons that can claim the title, as the last full moon occurred on 6 September and so both are more or less ... equal distance from the equinox that occurred on 21 September. The Harvest Moon usually rises a little earlier than other full moons simply because it is so close to the equinox when the earth has 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night. This early ... rising traditionally helped farmers with extra light so that they could continue gathering crops later into the evening. The Harvest Moon usually appears a red or orange in colour as it rises. This has nothing to do with the moon itself, it is because