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14:56

What to do

Yunquera festival to promote local wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

The village of Yunquera is gearing up for the 11th edition of the popular Feria de Vino y la Castaña, a gastronomic festival that promotes local chestnuts and mosto wine, a grape juice that adheres to an age old local recipe. The Wine and Chestnut

15:09

Opinion

Our local wine region

ANDREW J. LINN

We on the Coast are very lucky to have Ronda as our nearest wine-growing area. The phylloxera bug wiped out the Malaga vineyards in 1878, and it was not until the arrival of outsiders like Alfonso von Hohenlohe and Frederic Schatz 30 years ago that ... vineyards started to flourish again in the Sierra. WINE OF THE WEEK Chinchilla Doble Doce 2013 From the above-mentioned Doña Felisa bodega in Ronda, this blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon has 15 months barrel-age in French oak. It won a gold medal ... in Paris recently as the best Cabernet Sauvignon in the World. Around 19 euros. Hohenlohe's bodega still exists but is unrecognisable, as is the wine it makes. Schatz's organic varieties are widely acclaimed. Currently there are many bodegas in the

14:36

Opinion

Spit or swallow?

ANDREW J. LINN

When we read about or watch videos of professional wine tastings, the most surprising thing is the sheer amount of wine the tasters get through. Professional critics and wine writers have always been capable of dealing with vast quantities, and Tim ... the discipline involved is not something with which every wine enthusiast is gifted. When I started in the business, one of the hardest self-restraints at tastings was to learn to spit out good wine rather than swallow it. What a waste, I used to ... think, almost an insult to the poor winemaker. There must be a better way. Even the very act of spitting in public makes most people uncomfortable, but in spite of consuming large quantities of water and unsalted biscuits between each wine sample, I

15:47

LifeStyle

The vermouth route: aromatised wines made in Malaga to suit all palates

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

With a long history dating back to the Middle Ages, when it was known as the 'wine of herbs', vermouth (wine fortified and aromatised with botanicals and spices) is a traditional apéritif which in recent years has made a major comeback in bars, ... types), one exciting vermouth project is that of Javier Krauel, who uses the types of wine made in the family winery a hundred years ago to produce his new Vermú Krauel. Young wineries such as Niño de la Salina (Almargen), Pérez Hidalgo (Álora), ... Antakira (Antequera) and Tierras de Mollina (Mollina) are also producing some very interesting vermouths because, in this aromatised wine, the mixtures and proportions are as important as the base wines (the finest ones are not used for vermouth). If you

16:47

What to do

Live concerts music, theatre and lectures in Malaga

denise bush

Ricky Lavazza and special guests present Curtain Up, celebrating the best shows of Broadway and the West End. Ticket price includes a three-course meal with glass of wine and a glass of cava on arrival. Reservations: 951313257. Michael Jackson and

16:51

Local

Open-air wine festival returns this weekend to Estepona

Charo márquez

The third edition of the 10 Wineing Street festival returns to Estepona today with a programme of activities including open-air wine tastings and musical performances by the García Fajer Foundation, mixing guitar and flamenco dancing. Every day

16:32

LifeStyle

27 December 1703: England and Portugal sign a Port Wine Treaty

Debbie Bartlett

The Methuen Treaty, or Port Wine Treaty, as it became known, was signed between Portugal and England in 1703, during the early years of the Spanish War of Succession, to establish trading relationships between the two countries. At the beginning ... Portugal at the time. The Port Wine Treaty stipulated that English textiles, mainly woollen cloth, was to be admitted into Portugal free of tax and in return, Portuguese wines imported into England would be subject to a third less tax than wines imported ... from France. This was particularly important in helping the port industry to develop. As England was at war with France, it became increasingly difficult to acquire wine, and so people started buying port instead. This had a knock-on effect on the

14:25

Opinion

Heavy wine

A. J. LINN

In the festive season wine consumption increases, not meaning that we regular drinkers consume more (ahem!), rather that people who would normally pass on it enjoy a glass or three. We do not realise how lucky we are. Wine has been produced for the ... last 6,000 years, but it is only in 3% of that entire period that we have been able to drink it as a refined pleasure. For the previous 97% of those six millennia, wine was drunk not for pleasure, but because water was polluted. Wine, and beer in some ... countries, was the only liquid refreshment, sweet wine being the preferred tipple as it kept longer. Quantities of Bavarian steinwein still exist from 1540, the driest year on record when the Rhine ran dry, and wine was used for building due to lack of water.

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

The media love it when they can break news about any sort of fraud, whether in the world of art, finance, or simply wine. The untiring interest may be due to the fact that there are often well-known personalities involved, and wine is, anyway, sort ... of sexy. The major scandals to date have invariably been based on the counterfeiting of the world's greatest vintages, like dressing up an inferior wine to appear like one of the world's greatest. Rudy Kurniwan is serving a 10-year jail sentence in ... the US for doing just that, caught out when he counterfeited magnums of a famous Burgundy for a year when no magnums were used. So why should anyone bother to make a cheap wine look like an older wine from one of the lowest value regions of Spain?

10:51

LifeStyle

Excommunicated wine

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...attraction. One of the winery's most sought after products was its sacramental wine. José was a Roman Catholic until his death. However, in 1939 he was tried and sentenced to seven years in prison for belonging to an illegal association, the Malaga Masons,” ... his grandson. When excommunicated, José Garijo, who until then was the largest provider of sacramental wine in the province, reached an agreement in 1947 with his friends Carlos Javier and Juan Krauel. “They both helped him to continue selling the ... wine to the church. Bodegas Antigua Casa de Guardia continued to make the sacramental wine, but Krauel was the one who delivered it from his cellar. The churches and parishes were both aware of this but they knew that my grandfather was a good person,”