Málaga has two official wine making regions – DOC Sierras de Málaga and DOC Málaga – with the latter being one of the oldest winemaking regions in the world. This region is where sweet wines from the moscatel and Pedro Ximenez grapes are produced, and there are some iconic taverns in Málaga where trying this wine is the ultimate experience. To truly be whisked back in time, stop by Antigua Casa de La Guardia (Alameda Principal, 18) and select your tipple from the 12 different wines found in the barrels lining the back walls – for the perfect dry versus sweet balance you can’t miss a Pajarete 1908!
Málaga’s Alcazar. Photo: Alf Igel/Flickr
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