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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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Bodega La Capuchina

The roots of Bodega La Capuchina go back to the Roman period of the region when the Romans were already making wine in the Máalaga area. It is also located in the municipality of Mollina. The cellar is constructed in an ancient farm house. The bodega works with the most modern wine making techniques. Amongst their wines, a beautiful, elegant […]

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Bodega Cortijo la Fuente

Bodega Cortijo la Fuente is located in Mollina, the most northern part of the Málaga wine region. Here the vineyards are more flat at an average altitude of 500 meters, with huge differences in day and night temperatures from August until October, when the grapes are ripening. The perfect circumstances to balance aromas, sweetness and acidity. The bodega was build […]

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Bodegas Málaga Virgen

Bodegas Málaga Virgen is one of the oldest classical bodegas in Málaga. It is famous for its sweet wine Málaga Virgen that is exported to many countries. A dry wine, Trajinero, a 10 years aged oloroso, is spectacular and in its style the best quality you can buy at that price. Its sweet version, Chorrera cream, is also worth trying. […]

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Bodegas Pérez Hidalgo

In the heart of the beautifull white village Álora, you will find Bodegas Pérez Hidalgo. It produces a great value for money red wine, Vega del Geva crianza, a blend of shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and merlot. Also its dry moscatel Flor Floris ranks amongst the best dry moscatel wines in the region that get more popular every year. Avenida Virgen […]

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Bodega José Molina

Bodega José Molina is located in Colmenar at the foot of the Montes de Málaga. Primera Intencion Tinto is a nice red from old Tempranillo vines. Primera Intencion Mountain wine, is a sweet wine from Pedro Ximenez, naturalemente dulce, which means no alcohol is added to stop the fermentation. Most of the time this style of wine is made from […]

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Bodega Casa Antigua de Guardia

In the heart of the yet unspoiled Montes de Málaga you will find one of the oldest bodegas of Malaga: Casa Antiqua de Guardia. Its premises breath its long and impressive history. It produces a wide range of classical wines from the region, including the famous ´pajarete´. The bodega also runs Malaga´s most famous winebar on the Alamada, with the […]

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Bodega Jorge Ordoñez

Bodega Jorge Ordoñezin Vélez-Málaga, is producing some spectacular modern styled wines. Their dry Botani wine from Moscatel is according to the worlds most prestigious wine critic Robert Parker, the best in its price range. Also the red version Botani, made from Grenacha grapes has a special place in what Málaga has to offer. A dry sparkling wine from Moscatel is […]

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Bodegas Almijara

Bodegas Almijara is situated close to the village of Cómpeta, in the Axarquia region of Andalucia and produces a fine dry moscatel at an excellent price. The Axarquia region, with its favourable Mediterranean climate, has always produced the best grapes and wines in the region of Málaga. Old traditional techniques of wine making have been revived and are used, improved […]

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