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15:09

Opinion

Our local wine region

ANDREW J. LINN

We on the Coast are very lucky to have Ronda as our nearest wine-growing area. The phylloxera bug wiped out the Malaga vineyards in 1878, and it was not until the arrival of outsiders like Alfonso von Hohenlohe and Frederic Schatz 30 years ago that ... vineyards started to flourish again in the Sierra. WINE OF THE WEEK Chinchilla Doble Doce 2013 From the above-mentioned Doña Felisa bodega in Ronda, this blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon has 15 months barrel-age in French oak. It won a gold medal ... in Paris recently as the best Cabernet Sauvignon in the World. Around 19 euros. Hohenlohe's bodega still exists but is unrecognisable, as is the wine it makes. Schatz's organic varieties are widely acclaimed. Currently there are many bodegas in the

17:33

Opinion

Chinese simplicity

ANDREW J. LINN

Possibly the Chinese have hit the nail on the head as far as food pairing is concerned. Here in Spain there used to be a misplaced desire to 'marry' wine with food (maridaje), and wine tastings were often based on this principle. But it was never ... going to work. WINE OF THE WEEK Dominio de Tares Godello 2017 The Bierzo region is tucked up against the Rías Baíxas official denomination; it is small and has a relatively low production. The reds are on the heavier side but reeking of full-bodied ... flavour and keep well. The Dominio de Tares bodega has the best selection, and this white wine made from what many people consider Spain's finest white grape, Godello, is outstanding. Around 12€. While the quality of the wines served at a tasting are

17:06

Opinion

End game

ANDREW J. LINN

If you are lucky enough to inherit a collection of wine, what are your options? Even if you enjoy the odd bottle or three, what do you do with 3,000 of them? Unless the intention is to drink your way to an early grave, a cool head is needed. The ... lady's late husband's cellar was exquisite, so the easy solution was to send it all to a wine auction house and wait for the cheque to arrive. WINE OF THE WEEK Becquer 2014 This wine is quite a find, being an excellent red Rioja at a very reasonable ... euros. In this case Sothebys did their usual efficient transformation of wine into money, but some of the wines could not be guaranteed authentic, so the widow was left with some on her hands. One of the lots rejected was French Grand Cru, Chateau Haut

13:06

What to do

Yunquera promotes locally produced wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

The village of Yunquera is getting ready for its annual Feria de Vino y la Castaña, a gastronomic festival that promotes the local chestnuts and wine made from grapes grown in the Sierra de las Nieves. The smell of chestnuts roasting on open

13:03

What to do

Mijas holds its first cheese and wine festival

Ivan Gelibter

The Plaza Virgen de la Peña in Mijas will be the venue for Mijas' first wine and cheese festival from today, 26 October until Sunday 28 October. There will be twenty-two stalls open from 1pm until midnight selling a huge variety of both wines and

13:19

Opinion

Trick or treat?

ANDREW J. LINN

Far too frequently a new wine comes onto the market at a price that puts it outside most drinkers' reach. We recently saw pictures of footballer Ronaldo dropping into a London restaurant for a drink, that involved a bill of 31,000 euros for a bottle ... of Richebourg Grand Cru and Pomerol Petrus. For footballers, who probably know less about wine than the average reader of this column, the price of an item denotes its quality, but at least in this case the wines drunk were among the world's very ... best. WINE OF THE WEEK Pavina Pino Noir 2017 The Alta Pavina winery is just outside the Ribera del Duero official zone so its products have to be classified as Vinos de Castilla y Leon. This rosado is one of the very few in Spain made from 100%

16:41

Opinion

Future wine

ANDREW J. LINN

Back in 2002 a US supermarket chain launched a wine known as Two Buck Chuck. The price ($2) was unprecedented, and 800 million bottles were sold. Customers never knew where the wine came from, only that it was made from grapes. WINE OF THE WEEK ... Viña Ardanza Reserva 2009 Possibly one of the best-known 'quality' Riojas, this wine has been around for 75 years, and is from the La Rioja Alta bodega. Unusually for a Rioja it has a high proportion of Garnacha grapes and it is aged in oak for three ... years. Wine Spectator rated its 2005 vintage as one of the world's 100 best wines. Around 20€. At a recent conference the theme was how wine will be made and sold in two or three decades. Primarily of course it is climate change that will be the biggest

13:17

Local

La Cónsula opens with 300 reservations

SUR.

The restaurant in La Cónsula catering college in Malaga reopened this week with 300 reservations on its books, around half made in the first 48 hours. The restaurant has space for 40 diners and offers varied menus with wine for 20 euros. The dishes

11:19

LifeStyle

Airship luxury

ANDREW J. LINN

...a sandwich to sustain them. When commercial carriers started transporting mail and passengers, on-board sustenance was still not a priority, although later there was a period when airlines vied with each other to provide the best meals. WINE OF ... the characteristics of what some consider Spain's 'second' wine region, though it is pointless to compare it with La Rioja. Widely available at around 9 euros. So how about a sommelier on an airship? Yes, I swear they existed, and the son of one of ... these German wine aces lives among us. The zeppelins operated between the wars, and 'flew' across the North Atlantic carrying passengers in the greatest luxury. It was a two-day journey at low altitude, so there was no lack of oxygen to interfere with