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Bodega in the ‘spotlight’: Casa Antigua de Guardia

Antigua Casa de Guardia is undeniably the oldest wine company in the province of Malaga. The bodega is located in the easternmost part of the Montes de Malaga two kilometers from Olias on the road to Comares, about half an hour’s drive from El Palo, Malaga. The tour takes you on a beautiful, winding mountain road with views over the […]

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Bodega in the spotlight: Bodegas Bentomiz

It had been several years since we visited Bodegas Bentomiz in Sayalonga, the successful company of the Dutch couple Clara Verheij and André Both. At the foot of the rugged peak of the Maroma, the highest peak in the province of Malaga, the burgeoning vineyards basked in the faint April sun on the steep slopes of the Axarquia. Meandering down […]

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The wines of Malaga once again on their way to world fame

The rise Matured under the ever-shining intense Mediterranean sun, the wines of Malaga have an impressive and centuries-long history. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and the Moors successively built a worldwide reputation in their own way. It was the Phoenicians who brought one of the region’s most famous grapes, Moscatel de Alejandria, to the province. An aromatic grape that thrives nowhere better […]

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The five best wines from the province of Málaga

Every year ‘Sabor a Malaga’, the promotion platform for regional products, chooses the best wines from the province in the various categories white, red and sweet. The jury consisted of six of the province’s leading sommeliers who blindly tasted all the wines. This year’s winners are Afrutado Seco Cortijo La Fuente 2018 from Bodegas Cortijo La Fuente, Ariyanas Naturalmente Dulce […]

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The best wine bars in Málaga – our article for Kosta Magazine

With the rise of the city of Malaga as a popular tourist destination, the number of good wine bars has also increased rapidly. It goes without saying that Malaga has a long wine tradition, but not so long ago the well-known Casa Antiqua de Guardia and El Pimpi were the only places that could be labeled as such (they will […]

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Bodega in the spotlight: Dimobe

Flanked to the north by the impressive peaks of the Sierra de Tejada and to the south by swaying waves of the Mediterranean Sea are the vineyards of Bodega Dimobe. To be precise between the villages of Moclinejo (where the bodega is located) and Almachar. Dimobe was founded in 1927 by Juan Muñoz Navarrete, who started with only seven wine […]

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Vermut is completely back

Special bars are opened, books about vermut  are written, disappeared brands come back to life and separate Vermut cards are presented: Vermut (Italian; vermouth) is back in fashion. Especially in large cities such as Madrid and Barcelona, ​​but also in Malaga. The sweet and bitter drink, which was once subject to a dusty image, is for many the new gin […]

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The French Petit Verdot grape conquers Málaga

Our article for Kosta Magazine The originally French Petit Verdot is a late-ripe, small, blue grape with a firm skin and low yield that is among the best grapes in the world. Due to its late-maturing character, the grape thrives excellently (actually much better) in warm climates such as those in Spain, Australia and California, for example. Similarly in the […]

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Beautiful wines from Málaga for Christmas dinner

Our article for Kosta Magazine The Christmas days are coming! For some, a recurring struggle that mainly raises questions. What are we eating this year and which wines do we drink at the Christmas dinner? For others a nice challenge to surprise every year. Why don’t we choose at least some or perhaps all wines from the region this year […]

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