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14:10

LifeStyle

Rose-tinted divorce

A. J. LINN

There's no good reason, as often happens, to denigrate wines made by celebrities. As with everything, sometimes the wine is good, sometimes so-so, but even if it is terrible you are not obliged to buy it and the winery gives employment to locals. ... million square metres, and once in control Pitt realised a lifetime ambition to make wine. Sensibly he teamed up with an established well-known producer of the same locality, Marc Perrin. Together, the American film star and the French oenologist were soon ... pretty spectacular and we have to assume the buyers were pre-warned and waiting to raid the stores. It soon appeared in Wine Spectator's Top World 100 wines at 84th place, and currently is rated in the world's top 10% French wines and top 11% of world

10:12

Opinion

A dream come true?

Regular drinkers of wine, or for that matter any alcoholic drink, cannot avoid wondering occasionally what it is doing to their health. There is an absence of large-scale field studies, and even members of the UK government committee that decided on ... of the liver. History has shown us many great figures that apparently did not care, starting with Winston Churchill. His normal day consisted of two bottles of champagne, multiple dry martinis, free-flowing wine with all meals, and his ever-present ... surprisingly. He admits to starting with champagne around ten, moving on to pastis – about half a bottle – prior to lunch. A couple of bottles of wine with that, and more champagne and pastis at about five o’clock. Then vodka or whisky before and after a dinner

10:12

LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...couple wander into their square, the sewing girls of Albaicín call over to Lee and Kati: “‘We need some conversation,’ they said. So chairs were brought, and wine and biscuits, and we were invited to rest.” They adore Kati - who was quite stunning - and

10:30

Travel

Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes travel

...stripped-back style restaurant space. Well-priced lunch menu or, for a truly memorable evening, try the seven-course tasting menu with matching wines. Anfora wine Bar Staying in on-trend Leith, enjoy an evening at the warm and welcoming Anfora Wine bar. ... from home and abroad. Smith & Gertrude Wine and cheese – what can be better? Well, this smart bar in Hamilton Place in Stockbridge certainly believes so. Drop in for a glass of wine and some tasty cheese – choose from seasonal Scottish and European ... BUY: Valvona & Crolla My favourite deli in Edinburgh, Valvona & Crolla, is also the city’s oldest. Still a family business, this Italian gourmet food and wine store is a pleasure to browse; or a place to enjoy a morning dose of caffeine in the Caffè

10:31

What to do

San Sebastián festivities

Jennie Rhodes

Ana church, accompanied by the town's marching band. Celebrations continue on Sunday 15th with wine tastings and concerts and on Friday 20th with church services and other activities. In Cómpeta on Saturday 21st, there will be an open air concert in ... after which visitors will be able to join residents in eating migas (a typical dish of fried bread crumbs, garlic and oil) with Cómpeta wine. San Sebastián is also the patron saint of Alhaurín de la Torre and celebrations will take place from Friday

10:32

What to do

San Antón celebrated with fire and fervour

SUR

...flowers to San Antón in the Las Maravillas church. Bonfires are lit in the street and prizes are awarded for the most traditional, largest etc. The main bonfire will be in the Plaza de la Iglesia. Competitions, wine tastings and live music fill the

13:19

What to do

A week of music and culture

Denise Bush

Music and dance Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Auditorium of Museo Picasso. Malaga. 17 January 8pm The Cuarteto Fucco formed by violinists Nicolás Ciocan and Raúl Baixaili, viola Razuan Cociodar and cellist Carlos González, all teachers from th

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

January. Chemas Wine &Tapas, C/Málaga 10 Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Margit Björklund, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. Open daily noon until midnight, except Wednesdays. Tel. 722 17 05 17 / 952 590 610. www.artistaseclecticos.com Shutterbugs

12:25

LifeStyle

A tasty treasure in Torremolinos

TONY BRYANT TORREMOLINOS

...celery liqueur La Campana opened in Calle de la Cruz in Torremolinos in 1957 and it soon became a popular tavern where locals would congregate over a game of dominoes and a glass of wine. Torremolinos gained recognition at the start of the tourist boom ... in the late 1950s, and La Campana became favoured by the hordes of holidaymakers who visited the town. A glass of red wine cost less than one peseta when Narciso first opened his bar, but probably more appealing to the clients was the huge selection

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Fuengirola / Benalmádena Artistas Eclécticos Mijas Pueblo. Until 31 January. Chemas Wine &Tapas, C/Málaga 10 Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Margit Björklund, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. Open daily noon until midnight, except Wednesdays. Tel. 722 17