Good wine is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Especially Spanish wines are widely recognized for their quality, consistency and above all their value for money. Spain is the third largest producer of wine in the world, the largest being France followed by Italy. Sweet Spanish wine is world renowned, particularly varieties of sweet Sherry, as well as Málaga, delicious Moscatels, and sweet reds made from Garnacha grapes. With such a wide choice of wines, it is often said that Spain can offer a bottle for every wine drinker.
Málaga is the largest of the DO wine zones in sunbaked Andalusia, southern Spain. Its hub is the city of Málaga on the Mediterranean coast, with its famous beaches along the Costa del Sol. It has one of the longest wine producing histories in the world, dating back to Phoenician times. This area only has about 16 wineries between the villages of Frigiliana and Velez.
For wine lovers visiting Málaga is a must for this unparalleled experience that touches all the senses. You might like to visit as well the Museum of Wine Málaga, located just in the middle of the historic town, offers a journey through the history and the culture of the wine of the distinctive province of Málaga.
Once you come to Málaga, get ready to discover the taste of the centuries…
DO- Designation of Origin- Denominación de Origen is part of a regulatory classification system primarily for Spanish wines.