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12:54

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Festival of Lights kicks off the Christmas season

Debbie Bartlett

Bishop Fitzgerald School choir. Mince pies and mulled wine will be available to add to the festive atmosphere. There will be a video presentation at 7.05pm, and as soon as the lights have been switched on Santa's Grotto and the Christmas Market will

15:25

Opinion

The wine biz

A. J. LINN

Successfully exporting wine, however good and value-for-money, depends on many factors, above all the destination country. Speaking as someone who had the exclusive distribution in the UK of Spanish brands like Barbadillo, José de Soto, López ... like Amazon and investors like Warren Buffet cannot break down the barriers. Last week Amazon announced it was closing Amazon Wine. This is the third attempt of the all-powerful web retailer to use its massive client base to sell wine. The idea is ... standard Amazon: customers order their wine online and the orders are fulfilled by the producer direct. The problem is that in a country where each state sets its own tax levels, it is illegal to buy alcohol across state lines. This law results in retailers

12:13

LifeStyle

“You have to make wine thinking about the people”

E. PELÁEZ

Michel Rolland is to the world of wine what Mick Jagger is to the world of rock music. For this reason he visited Bodegas Lara last week to present the Rolland-Galaretta line of wines, along with wine entrepreneur Javier Galarreta. Affable, good ... should aspire to make the best possible wine, but here are areas that already have an international image, and a significant volume of production. An area that wants to be visible to the rest of the world needs to have a high volume of production. ... Nowadays wine is made everywhere. Is there a market for all types? Yes there is, and it is possible to make a good wine, an acceptable wine, anywhere, but to make the jump to a quality wine you need suitable land and viticulture. After that you need to

11:47

LifeStyle

Auditions and wine tastings, singing and fundraising

SUR IN ENGLISH

Delyth Bressington, president (English speaking),Tel: 952 475 840. Costa Press Club Olive oil and wine tasting In their first meeting after the summer break, members of the Costa Press Club enjoyed a presentation of the 'Sabor a Málaga' brand, which ... abroad to promote Malaga produce and gastronomy and answered the many questions posed by the international media. Representatives of the Bodega Cortijo de la Fuente and of Aceites Molisur then provided an olive oil and wine tasting experience. The ... Varietés Theatre, Fuengirola on Sunday 8 October from 11am until 2pm for Mistletoe and Wine, this year's Christmas show which will take place from 1 to 5 December. David Vincent, the director, is looking for performers of all ages to take part. Anyone

20:15

What to do

A celebration of wine in Mollina

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Mollina has an excellent reputation as a ‘land of wine’ and this is especially evident in the month of September, which is when the grapes are harvested from the vast areas of flat ground upon which vines have been grown for many decades. This ... harvest and pay tribute to the local wine-making tradition. This year, the festival will be from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 September in this village on the Antequera plain. The grape harvest will be in full swing, as it normally finishes around the end of ... the month. The programme includes numerous activities, including a wine tasting in the Plaza de Atenas. This square is the heart of the festival and more than 200 people are expected to come and sample the different wines which are produced by local

18:54

Opinion

That most difficult of exams

A. J. LINN

...studying for the Master of Wine exam when the pass rate across the board is a mere ten per cent? This year's exam saw 14 successful candidates, making a total of 369 in 29 countries. It is a very tough exam and many people whose everyday occupation is ... wine shrink from taking it in case they are forever after labelled as MW failures. Nor is there a tangible benefit to being able to use the initials MW after your name, though it may get you a job in one of the great London wine merchants established ... centuries ago. At the beginning the London-based Institute of Masters of Wine limited candidates to British wine trade professionals. Now it is open to all-comers, starting with two years of preparatory work, and only after that does the real journey

15:14

LifeStyle

Mountain wine

A. J. LINN

...mention of Mountain Wine. Unfortunately he didn’t think much of it but didn’t like Spain anyway. Nevertheless his book is worth a read, and any student of 18th century English travellers in Spain, such as George Borrow and Richard Ford, will find the ... unimaginative Wiltshire clergyman’s writings an interesting match. Around the same period the famous French traveller, Teofilo Gautier, hated Malaga’s gazpacho (’only fit for dogs’) but enjoyed the local white wine.Townsend found himself in a province that was ... hugely productive. Back then it was Spain’s second-largest wine region, and the product, known as Mountain, was very popular in England and North America. Nothing lasts for ever though, and eventually successive infestations of mildew, and finally the

12:31

Local

SUR in English helps support the tourism industry in London

RACHEL HAYNES

The SUR in English stand was busy as usual at the World Travel Market this week. A meeting point for representatives of the Spanish tourism industry, the newspaper's base offered sweet Malaga wine and traditional 'borrachuelo' cakes as well as

10:42

LifeStyle

Fire in the vineyard

A. J. LINN

Seems like our house is okay but the vineyard has been destroyed, nor are we allowed back for a couple of days.” This was an email forwarded to me by Susan's brother. She and her husband, a small wine producer in Napa, had been among the 100,000

17:06

LifeStyle

All that glitters...

A. J. LINN

Scams of all kinds are becoming more common in the wine business, and there are rich pickings for the fraudster. The most famous of them all, Rudy Kurniawan, is serving a 10-year prison term in a US penitentiary for selling fake wines to super-rich ... a veritable 'old' wine factory. It may be hard to feel much sympathy for victims who could easily afford the money they lost, while for Ginafranco Soldera, the day he opened his winery doors and found five entire vintages, 62,000 litres, swilling ... about on the floor, was bitter indeed. Whoever committed this vandalism had waited four years to get his revenge for Gianfranco's public revelation that his fellow Brunello-makers were illegally mixing wine from other regions with what should have been