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20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...favoured by wine-makers since Roman times and is now the epicentre for Pedro Ximénez vines. Yet there is more to discover than just the local Montilla-Moriles tipples. Deep beneath the village cemetery of Monturque is a vast Roman cistern. Unearthed by ... consider heading out into the magnificent surrounding countryside, and to the ancient city of Acinipo. This is where Ronda was first settled, and for a century or two it was a wealthy nexus for this Roman wine-growing region (they even minted their own ... money, carrying the icon of a bunch of grapes!). The Roman amphitheatre remains and provides an impressive viewpoint from which to enjoy a panorama of the unspoilt landscape. Modern day oenologists have restored Ronda’s profile as a wine-growing region,

16:52

Opinion

Intruders

ANDREW J. LINN

A well-known Spanish wine critic recently explained that anyone without technical qualifications involved in the wine trade is an 'intruder' (in Spanish 'intruso'). The English word does not exist in the context he uses. Nevertheless, he alleges ... plant the grapes they choose to make their wine?" In the majority of countries there are no such controls on winemakers. So why are the Spanish - and French and Germans - so enthusiastic about maintaining endless rules and regulations? It can only be ... favourite self-taught sommelier who has been 40 years at his job, or the winemaker who grows vines on a corner of his farm and makes delicious wine. If the rule-makers have their way, these artisans will disappear as a consequence of the controls that

14:19

Opinion

Swim or sink

ANDREW J. LINN

...regularly nominated as the world's best restaurant, did not hesitate to turn itself into an outdoor burger and wine bar. On opening night everything sold out in an hour. The famous Claridge's hotel in London is now in the takeaway business, offering fried

17:24

Opinion

Champagne has its moments

ANDREW J. LINN

The figures published for wine consumption during lockdown cannot all be correct. Many of them contradict each other, although there are some reliable facts that can be correlated and double-checked. The drinks industry as a whole always accepts ... the Nielsen data: UK champagne sales had fallen 41 per cent by the third week of lockdown while beer sales jumped 70 per cent. Wine sales across the board are of course down all over Europe, as restaurants were closed and home consumption could not ... fill the gap. Distilled drink sales exploded, probably because it is more convenient to buy and store a few bottles of vodka than the equivalent amount of alcohol in wine, not to mention other effects. So what about champagne? To the chagrin of the

15:25

Local

Phase One kicks off with coffee and churros

Juan Soto / SUR

wine and tapas as lunchtime approached while some customers headed straight for the beach bars to satisfy their craving for traditional fried fish and sardines by the sea. In Phase One bars, restaurants and cafeterias are only able to serve customers

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

...appetizing smells from the kitchen, no wine tasting ritual, so why should we pay the same as we would pay on their premises? We have to wash up afterwards, and although they will argue that the cost of delivering the meal is expensive and the loss of wine

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

Wine sales are down worldwide. Not necessarily because the usual band of wine lovers has suddenly reduced its personal consumption (some chance - probably the reverse) but a huge proportion of the wine that gets sold is traditionally consumed in the ... currently closed bars and restaurants. The phrases 'I never drink alone' or 'I don't drink at home' resonate throughout even the keenest aficionado's prating. The OIV (International Organisation for Wine), organisers of, among other events, the Bacchus ... Awards, indicates that world consumption of wine has fallen drastically owing to Covid-19. It is estimated that winemakers will see their income cut in half. While previously such dire and calamitous situations have usually been followed by a brisk

15:48

LifeStyle

Community spirit thrives in the marina

Ash Bolton

...since 1985 and is a former SUR in English contributor and La Liga football commentator, added: "We made a group decision to contact local people from La Línea to provide us with fruit, vegetables, fish, meat and wine and spirits. "Local suppliers now

13:07

LifeStyle

Local filmmaker captures the global lockdown in 10-minute video

Jennie Rhodes

...police officers dancing to Resistiré to famous musicians performing music from their own houses, as well as Italian neighbours cheering with wine glasses extended on sticks and a dog being taken for a walk by a drone. It also encapsulates the more

14:52

Travel

Preparing for a new era of travel and tourism

Andrew Forbes

...first love, but after the lockdown, we will concentrate a lot more on all our rural activities; walking, wine tasting, bird watching, nature reserves, and white villages. Of course, we love the cities, but we feel our strength is in the mountain villages ... looks set to be the 'new normal'. Annie, of Annie B's Kitchen, also anticipates changes in booking habits for her food, wine and culture experiences. "I see my tours and classes becoming 100% private, for families, couples or friends travelling