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17:16

Travel

Hot hotels for 2020

Andrew Forbes

Anne Sémonin Paris, a choice of 300 wine labels, beach waiter service, complimentary kids’ clubs, and 24-hour room service. Kimpton Blythswood Square, Scotland.SUR Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel – SCOTLAND It’s hard to believe, but the Kimpton

12:14

What to do

Piano recitals to mark Beethoven's 250th birthday

Tony Bryant

...drinks and canapés. Along with a programme of classical music, the audience are invited to engage in a question and answer session with the pianist after the concert. The second concert will be held in the D-Wine Restaurant in Marbella on Tuesday 28

17:28

Opinion

Corked or just bad

ANDREW J. LINN

When we use the term 'corked' in reference to a bottle of wine, it does not mean that a bad cork has contaminated the wine. In Spanish the term is more exact, and even though there is no direct translation, the nearest, 'sabe a corcho' (tastes of ... cork) is more accurate. A tainted cork can make a bottle of what may have been a great wine worth little more than fodder. WINE OF THE WEEK Viña Cumbrero This red Rioja has been made as long as the region has been declared an official ... was probably infected when originally cut from the oak tree, and whereas the incidence of corked wine was usually quoted as between five and ten per cent, these days the figure is allegedly nearer one percent. The trouble is that restaurant customers

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

...the Gran Reserva wine better and then, when you've been in the restaurant two hours, you're ready for the salad and the Txakoli wine," he explained. The reasoning behind this is of overwhelming logic. Why haven't we thought of this before? Because we

15:55

Opinion

Thank you for the daze

Peter Edgerton

...go a long way towards compensating. You never know, there might also be a spike in Rioja wine and Manchego cheese consumption.

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

It wasn't the first time that Australian winemaker James Tilbrook had seen his future hanging by a thread, dependent on what would happen in the next few hours. WINE OF THE WEEK Monte Real Reserva Bodegas Riojanas was one of the very first ... everything that mattered for him except life itself. Now faced with the cost of creating another vineyard, acquiring machinery, and waiting years until the grapes would be mature enough to make a wine that could be sold, the economic effects, probably ... could not survive. Questions are being asked about the fundamental viability of producing wine in what is certainly becoming the hottest area of the world where grapes grow. But wine is huge business, and apart from consuming 30 litres per head

18:11

Opinion

Dry January

ANDREW J. LINN

We all know someone who is about to complete January without having had a drink, and to we who are accustomed to having a few glasses of wine on a daily basis, a sudden cessation of activity requires some effort. WINE OF THE WEEK Bardos Romántica ... However, unless you are a regular wine-with-lunch and wine-with-dinner sort of person, you probably would not think of having a Dry January anyway. What would be the point? The aim is to reduce alcohol consumption for those five weeks in the blissful hope ... drink, although from time to time evidence comes out showing a glass of wine a day is better than complete abstention. Alain Ducasse, one of the most famous chefs ever, is a vehement Dry January opponent, and he puts his money where his mouth is. In

19:10

Opinion

Low seasons

ANDREW J. LINN

It is impossible to deny that in this world of fastidious foodies and wine snobs, there are idiots of all types. WINE OF THE WEEK Hábitat Garnacha Syrah The Torres bodega is the oldest family winery in Spain and among Europe's oldest. To its ... famous wine bodega, Vega Sicilia, was asked the other day in an interview what he thought was the benefit to northern wine regions, like Germany's, of climate change. His reply was that "German wines are as bad as they have always been... Britain has ... taken four and a half billion years to produce 'champagne.' " Altogether a pitiful array of inaccurate and insulting assertions that one of Spain's leading businessmen should know better than to put in the public arena. There are many wine lovers who

15:27

Opinion

A singular dilemma

ANDREW J. LINN

...they would sit with those already present, and apart from a few routine starters, it was the superlative lamb or nothing. The wine list was equally limited: Rioja de la Casa, Rioja Crianza de la Casa and Rioja Reserva de la Casa.

18:01

What to do

Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday ... at chamber music events all over Spain. The repertoire for the concerts will include the music of Bach, Scarlatti and Ligeti, and the performance will end with a 30 minute question and answer session. Tickets for the performance in D-Wine cost 60