Right in front of the Plaza de Toros on de Paseo de Reding, is one of Malaga’s newest wine bars, Anyway, by the young enthusiastic entrepreneur David Camino. David was ‘cortador de jamones’ (the person who cuts the cured ham) in Malaga’s largest vinoteca El Patio de Beatas. His winebar is tastefully decorated with many design details, created by David himself. Recycled materials have been used up to the wood of a chiringuito that has gone up in flames.
David has a passion for finos and the rest of the fortified wines of the palomino grape, whether or not matured under ‘flor’ (a yeast layer). Among the fortified wines from that region (Jerez, Sanlucar) there are roughly three varieties. The fino (Manzanilla from Sanlucar) that has only matured under the’flor’ and has therefore always been protected against the influence of oxygen. And the wines that are partly matured under flor to then undergo an oxidative upbringing (amontillado, palo cortado) and the wines that have only undergone oxidative ripening (oloros). Just as the moscatel, which in the province of Malaga was used in the past for fortified sweet wines, can now also be found in beautiful still dry wines, the Cadiz region has the same development with still dry wines from Palomino. You can also find them in Anyway. His ambition is to develop in the future even more a winelist with undiscovered wines you can not find at other places.
Do not forget to order the’ jamon iberico de bellota (the top quality of the hams) because that is also the specialty of David or something different from his small but nice menu, based on high quality regional ingredients.
Paseo Reding, 29016 Málaga
951 07 67 34