Málaga
Tha D.O. Malaga is located in southern Spain, between the Montes de Malaga and Axarquia north, the region of Antequera, the Serrania de Ronda and Cordoba municipalities and Palenciana Benamejí. It was created in 1932, though the vineyard was introduced by the Greeks and the Phoenicians, around s. VIII BC. Global achieved fame in 1791 when Spain...
Tha D.O. Malaga is located in southern Spain, between the Montes de Malaga and Axarquia north, the region of Antequera, the Serrania de Ronda and Cordoba municipalities and Palenciana Benamejí. It was created in 1932, though the vineyard was introduced by the Greeks and the Phoenicians, around s. VIII BC. Global achieved fame in 1791 when Spain's ambassador in Moscow, presented to the Empress Catherine II of Russia, with a Malaga wine boxes, and thereafter tax exempted Malaga wines they reached Russia. The production area is 1,172 hectares at an average height of 600 m, where mainly cultivated grape varieties Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez and others like Chardonnay, Macabeo and Sauvignon Blanc (whites) and Romé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Tempranillo (in red). The 18 wineries registered in the name of producing a wide variety of wines that can classify. According to the alcoholic: - Wines of liquor with an alcoholic strength of 15% vol. to 22% vol.   Pajarete: aged and processed without the addition of syrup, containing between 45 g / l and 140 g / l of sugar.    Dorado (Golden): aged and prepared without addition of syrup,    Red gold (gold Rot): aged and with addition of up to 5% vol. of syrup.    Dark (Brown): aged and with addition of between 5% and 10% of syrup.    Black (Dunkel): aged and with addition of more than 15% of syrup.    Fresh Cream (Cream) aged between 100 g / l and 140 g / l sugar,    Dry Pale: syrup produced without adding andwith total sugar content of less than 45 g / l.    Pale Cream: no added syrup and a total sugar content exceeding 45 g / l.   Sweet: being aged and with a total sugar content exceeding 140 g / l. - Natural sweet wines, with an alcoholic strength from 13% vol, made from overripe grapes.    According to their sugar content, the wines can be: sweet, semi-sweet, semi-dry and dry.    Wine Master: from slow fermentation which freezes when the alcohol content is 15-16% vol., Leaving more than 100 g / l of unfermented sugars.    Sweet wine: grapes from sunny, with a total content of sugars greater than 350 g / l, the wine itself is which may spontaneously produce alcoholic fermentation, and is interrupted by the addition of wine alcohol.    Natural sweet wine: obtained from the partial fermentation of must from those Ximénez and Moscatel varieties but with a minimum initial natural sugar of 212 grams per liter, and a strength greater than 7% vol.    Tear Wine: in whose elaboration the must without mechanical pressure after treading the grapes, flowing from it. They undergo an aging over 2 years and are also called Lacrimae Christi.    According to the average aging period: - Pale, with aging up to 6 months. - Malaga from 6-24 months. - Noble, 2 to 3 years - Aged 3 to 5 years. - Trasañejo, more than five years of aging.
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