Andalucia Diary – Seasonal Travel Notes

Ronda’s Annual Wine Feria

The theme of Ronda Wines continued today with the 3rd Annual Feria of Ronda Wines and Tapas. This informal, lively event is a great way to be introduced to the many bodegas of the area. At just one euro a glass, it’s rude not to try them all, surely?!

The Third Annual Feria of Ronda Wines and Tapas March 31_2012

We started with a refreshing white from the organic winery of Frederico Shatz; then a rose from the Cortijo Los Aguilares; and then a red from Bodegas Lunares. We also tried the red from Jorge Bouet – he doesn't have a website, but the owner told ne they are working it. His wines are quite widely available – the last time I had his red was in Malaga capital in the tapas bar Cosmopolitan.

We also tucked into some wonderful ham and tapas too!!

3 Feria de Vinos de Ronda y Tapas Andrew Forbes
Ronda Wines and Tapas
Ronda Wine Brands

In the afternoon we tried to walk off a little of this excess along the cliff, the newly restored ‘English way’, Paseo de los Ingleses -  to the Hotel Victoria which is being fully upgraded. A stormy day, but wonderful clouds and lighting.

Paseo de Reyes Catolicos - Ronda - Andrew Forbes
Paseo de lo Ingleses Ronda Andrew Forbes
Flowers Paseo por Ronda

2 people like this post.

  1. Brendan Callinan
    Brendan CallinanApr 22, 2014

    I recently tried the Jorge Bouet TSMC over lunch in Ronda and grabbed a couple of bottles to bring back to Australia. A new favourite and yet another reason to go back there.

  2. Andrew Forbes
    Andrew ForbesApr 23, 2014

    Hope it tastes as good back home as it did under the Andalusian sun 🙂

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