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Anyway Winebar

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 […]

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Casual bar Almijara

Bar Almijara is such a small jewel, right in the center, but not easy to find. It is located in a small pedestrian alley just over the river in the station area. Was it a tapas bar that the local residents knew could be visited for a great price / quality ratio, it is now a gastrobar with a clientele […]

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La Alvaroteca

On a off beat location, hidden in the neighborhood behind the train and bus station, you will find this gastro bar, which also has a great passion for wines. Their house wine is a creation from the Alvaroteca itself, made in collaboration with bodega La Capuchina. Their young and enthusiastic sommelier always prepared to explain into great detail about the […]

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Eboka

The owner of Eboka has been a pioneer for promoting wines from Málaga, as he runned for many years his wine bar Dom Vinos on a somehow what remote location from the center of town. Now he created one of the best gastro bars in Málaga where the tables are always fully booked. But without a reservation you can almost […]

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Ocho El Club del Vino

Hidden in a little street you will find this winebar/shop/restaurant. Besides wines from Málaga it has as also a small but interesting collection wines from Granada. These are normally hard to find in Málaga. The Argentian meat is of excellent quality. The spicy Morcilla the best in town. It goes very well with a glass of dry moscatel. If you […]

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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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