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18:20

Opinion

Ageing procedures

ANDREW J. LINN

The fundamental way wine is made has not changed for centuries, apart from minor improvements and economies, but in this time-conscious era it is the ageing process that is in the spotlight. Visitors to wineries marvel at the hundreds of butts ... covered in dust and are told that x million euros' worth of wine is tied up here for decades and underwrites the value of the company, together with the vineyards and the brands. Conventional ageing has always used expensive oak barrels, so unsurprisingly ... the quest is on for alternatives. But what would happen if the ageing activity could be fast-tracked to a point where a two-year-old wine could develop the qualities of a 20-year-old wine in days? In the eventuality the issue of storage would no longer

12:26

Local

Cruzcampo launches a beer that looks and tastes like red wine

SUR

The master brewers at La Fábrica de Cruzcampo in Malaga have launched a new Cruzcampo Grape Beer, an original beer that has emerged from the talent and know-how of Juan Jiménez and Jorge Varela The brewery says the beer is reminiscent of red wine

17:17

Opinion

Changing customs

ANDREW J. LINN

Today there is a huge selection available for wine lovers, and it is hard to believe that until quite recently the only choice for non-wine producing countries was French imports. For example, the British drinker was limited almost exclusively to ... Campbell. Considering that the period he writes about was characterised by the hardship of post-World War II recovery, there was no shortage of excellent wine. A typical dinner menu quoted in the book comprised turtle soup, Dublin Bay prawns, roast pheasant, ... the clarets were served in magnums and jeroboams. At the time every wine merchant had a private dining room, and five days of the week directors and their guests enjoyed superb cuisine. They all wore top hats outside the office. The book also refers

13:04

Opinion

Steven Spurrier RIP

ANDREW J. LINN

Aged 79 and suffering from cancer, Steven Spurrier died last week. He was not well known outside the international wine trade, but inside this world his fame and reputation had few rivals. Superficially he was propelled to fame thanks to what is ... known as The Judgement of Paris, a wine tasting he organised in 1976 that caused a sensation, indirectly catapulting Californian wines into the European arena. The blind tasting, involving mainly French judges evaluating a selection of the best French ... books. In 1971 he opened a wine shop in Paris and founded France's first private wine school. As his reputation grew, he was welcome at any winery in the world, from the great domaines of Burgundy, Bordeaux, Tuscany or Spain to the famous properties of

21:34

Local

Beer and wine not included in ban on alcohol sales after 6pm

E. PRESS

Beer and wine will not be affected by the new ban on sales of alcohol in shops in Andalucía after 6pm. The details of the new restriction, published this Friday in the official gazette of the Andalusian government (BOJA), state that the rule only

13:24

Opinion

Sex or sherry?

ANDREW J. LINN

...a bottle of gin has the same alcohol content as a six-pack, but the first is easier to carry and to store. Nor has wine been a great success, even though many of us will have been sorely tempted to get busy and drink whatever we have in store. ... selecting later from whichever wine store we favour. Champagne kicked off badly. With few things to celebrate it has been hard to find an excuse for opening a bottle, but the more the lockdown continued the more champagne sales have gone from the doldrums ... an "incredible turnaround" in the last year. Or maybe not so surprising, bearing in mind that with a bottle each of manzanilla, fino, amontillado and oloroso we can have a complete range of this magnificent wine always available in decent condition,

14:37

LifeStyle

The 'worst wine in the world' is made in Malaga

JUAN SOTO

The Malaga sommelier, Enrique López, has entered the world of wine through the front door. Accustomed to dealing with and letting himself be carried away by the rankings and the gastronomic guides in order to define the quality of wines, the local ... businessman has launched Cero Puntos Parker (Zero Parker Points), which in wine jargon would infer it is the worst wine in the world. The founder of El Cavino and author of the book 'Te cuento un vino' (I'll tell you about a wine) explains that he has made ... this wine to dispense with the phrase "I like wine, but I don't drink it because I don't understand it." In his opinion, this attitude is a great enemy of winemakers and professionals which needs to be put to rest with ideas like this new wine

13:49

LifeStyle

Toast the New Year with sparkling wine from Malaga

javier almellones

Ten years ago it was unthinkable that a sparkling wine would be made in Malaga. Now there are several. Between 2014 and 2019 seven bubbly wines came onto the market. At the moment it is possible to buy these wines for between 8.50 and 25 euros, ... Axarquía. Botani espumoso This was the first sweet muscatel and started production in 2014. Botani espumoso is sparkling wine made with grapes from the Axarquía by Grupo Jorge Ordóñez. It costs between 11 and 13 euros. It is not difficult to find in ... specialty stores and can be bought in the La Malagueña wine store, a company recently awarded the Puerta Nueva prize for its commitment to the wines of Málaga and the Sierras de Málaga. Apiane espumoso Although the Tierras de Mollina winery no longer

17:51

Opinion

Anyone for a tinny?

ANDREW J. LINN

Where does the average wine drinker stand on the question of wine in cans? It's basically an age thing. The trade's objective is to get young people drinking wine regularly, and in order to achieve this, all the fuddy-duddy stuff about wine racks, ... cellars and corks has to go. Cans were first used by the Ford Coppola winery in California in 2003, and sales have grown steadily. Lockdown has helped too. Rather like boxed wine, the advantages do not need spelling out: for outdoor drinking and fast ... goatskins lined with pine resin, as in the 1950s. Finally Spain has its own canned wine, introduced remarkably enough by a young Berber lady of 33 with a US business school training. Sana Khouja worked for four years in a Priorato bodega and has selected a

13:45

Opinion

A Ronda pioneer

A. J. Linn

The Ronda region is the nearest red wine-producing area to the Costa del Sol. The Romans made wine in Ronda and shipped it back to Rome, and the productiveness continued until the phylloxera bug decimated all Europe’s vineyards. For 200 years there ... Marbella and he fulfilled a long-lasting ambition to make wine. Two decades later the Los Aguilares label is world-renowned and has won many international awards. Notable among these is the annual Swiss Pinot Noir prize for the world’s best example out of ... 2,000 wines submitted for a blind tasting. Three times the Ronda wine has been voted into first place. According to Bibi García, the young oenologist who worked with him from the beginning, Itarte will be remembered for his high standards and his