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El Carpintero Casa Manzanilla

Where Casa Lola is the place for Palo Cortado, go to the El Carpintero Casa Manzanilla is for the best Manzanilla in town. Manzanilla is the sister of Fino, from Xerez, the capital of the sherry region. Both are fresh bonedry wines made from the Palomino grape, that did not undergo the process of oxidation (like Palo Cortado). Manzanilla comes […]

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La Queseria

La Quesería is the place to go for nice cheeses. They serve a big selection of regional and national cheeses. Also they have a small but good collections of wines. Try the intens sweet wine PX of Bodega Malaga Virgin with one of the two famous bleu cheeses from Spain, Tresviso or Cabralez, a match in heaven. You can also […]

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Casa Lola

One of the most famous wines of Spain is Palo Cortado. It is the best over aged dry sherry that exists. It has aged in the famous solera system for many years and gives your a mouthful of taste explosions. A perfect aperitif or a match in heaven with the famous ´jamon iberico´. This is one of the very few […]

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Bodega La Melonera

This bodega has a clear mission: to revive the use of traditional grapevarieties of the region and doing that in great harmony with the soil they thrive on. It results in beautiful white wine from the three most classical grape varieties, Moscatel, Doradilla and Pedro Ximenez. Payoya (named afer the famous goat from the region) shows the special character of […]

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Bodega F. Schatz

The german Frederico Schatz was a pioneer in bringing back to life old vineyards in the Ronda region. Now he produces a spectacular range of high quality wines, based on a firm bio dynamic philosophy. He explains passionately to visitors how that works, into the smallest details. His wines express his love for this fabulous product of nature and have […]

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Bodega Descalzos Viejos

Bodega Descalzos Viejos is located in an old monastery that hangs on the Ronda cliff. From its spectacular venue is overlooks its beautiful vineyards. The bodega produces a beautiful range of medium and full bodied red wines and one white wine. DV 14 (number according to the vintage) is the youngest, a smooth blend of Granacha, Syrah and Merlot. Ripe […]

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Bodega Kieninger

Bodega Kieninger is owned by the Austrian Martin Kieninger. He produces some highly interesting and different wines, bringing together his Austrian heritage with the wine traditions of the region. All his wines are certified ecological. He works with native grape varieties from his country like Blaufraenkisch and Zweigelt, and native varieties from the region like Tintalla de Rota. Add to […]

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Bodega Doña Felisa

Bodega Doña Felisa produces a range of good quality modern styled red, rose and white wines. Cloe is nice monovarietal Chardonay with two months of Oak aging. Seis+Sies an easy blend of Syrah and Tempranillo. Double Doce is a more full bodied wine, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with 15 months of aging in oak. Encaste, a monovarietal […]

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Bodega Cortijo los Aguilares

Bodega Cortijo los Aguilares makes an impressive range of full bodied red wines. Its Pago El Espino is a spectacular brand of Petit Verdot (around 50%!) , Tempranillo and Syrah, with 15 months of oak aging. Their monovarietal Pinot Noir brings the floral notes of great Pinot Noir to the south of Spain (seven months oak aging). Tadeo is the […]

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Bodega Tierras de Mollina

This bodega is well know for its dry white wine Montespejo, a blend from Lauren, Moscatel and the local grape variety Doradilla. You can find in ´chiringuitos´ the beach restaurants along the coast. It is basic dry wine that goes well with fish and seafood, like the famous ´espeto de sardinas´. More interesting is its older sister Montespejo Cepas Viejas […]

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