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13:08

LifeStyle

Is this the oldest restaurant in Malaga?

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...intimate and charming place to relax over a lengthy meal. Customers even feel entitled to explore every corner, including the small cellar where the wine is kept in perfect conditions. There is a large room for groups, and Patascortas also has a special

20:29

Local

Almuñécar excavations unearth 15th-century and Roman artifacts

Jennie Rhodes

...expected” as he decided to make the discoveries a feature in the shop. A glass floor allows customers to see the five pots that are thought to have been used for wine-making in the modern era. According to archaeologists, the water system dates from the

13:15

Local

Florida export deal for Malaga wine makers

J. R.

Moclinejo-based wine makers, Bodegas Dimobe, have announced a deal with a Florida company to export their products to the US. The owners of Bodegas Dimobe, which has remained in the same family for four generations, are descendants of Bernardo

15:52

What to do

Grand National at the Tamisa Golf

Tony Bryant

...raffle and live entertainment supplied by Laura Elen and Amelinde Hernández. Tickets cost 35 euros, 10 euros of which will go to Cudeca, and includes welcome cava, beer, wine and a grand buffet, which will be available all afternoon. Tables can be

19:40

Opinion

Adios to another wine dynasty

ANDREW J. LINN

WINE OF THE WEEK Blanc Pescador A real favourite of the value-for-money brigade, this Catalan white wine is known as vino de aguja, literally 'needle wine' in reference to its slightly-sparkling nature. Made first in the 1960s, it is an unerring ... he deal, there were Chinese waiting in the wings. Not a happy ending, but one that is becoming frequent in the wine business.

13:22

LifeStyle

Neil Faulkner: "Lawrence of Arabia was broken by the war"

Maddy Hay

SpeakerNeil Faulkner. VenueBenahavís Town Hall. Date and time24 April, 6.30pm. Fee12 euros with complimentary glass of wine. The title of David Fromkin’s 1989 account captures it for Faulkner: “They imposed a ‘peace to end all peace’. What was done

19:41

Opinion

National myths and lies

ANDREW J. LINN

...a bottle of Planter's Punch, nothing makes us change our impressions. Nearer home it is a given that all Spanish people live off the healthy Mediterranean diet, the French cannot survive without their frogs' legs and Bordeaux wine, or the Russians ... without their caviar and vodka. WINE OF THE WEEK Parotet Vermell A very highly-rated little wine from the Valencia region that has even caught the attention of US wine critics. Produced by Celler el Roure from three local grapes including Monastrell,

13:08

LifeStyle

Famous graffiti artists paint Alhaurín de la Torre school

M. HAY.

The 'Wholegrafix' design company is credited with painting the largest mural in Spain, which stretches across the Jerezanas Páez Morilla wine cellars in Cadiz covering an astounding 18,000 metres squared. Over 21 and 22 April, 'Wholegrafix'

15:12

Opinion

Five per cent of nothing

ANDREW J. LINN

...apocalyptic for anyone who makes a habit of drinking even small quantities of wine. WINE OF THE WEEK Ramón Bilbao Verdejo 2017 The commonest white grape in Spain is Verdejo, and also the lowest priced owing to its abundance. The well-established Rioja ... winery Ramón Bilbao has been making dependable, fairly priced red wine in Rioja for many years, and recently has established a bodega in Rueda. The result is this very good wine at 6 € Firstly, the present government - any government - guidelines are ... far too generous and need to be revised downwards. Secondly, drinking wine, even that daily glass that is supposed to be good for the heart, is dangerous, even in minimal amounts. The conclusions announced by Dr Angela Wood, of Cambridge University,