Moscatel Wine
Lina Moreno
Cristina Rentería
Juan Francisco Lozano
Encarnita Ortiz
History of Muscat wine
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- Málaga wines date back to the Phoenician times.
- The Muscat wine comes from Muscat grapes that...
Moscatel wine bouquet:
- It is intense and very marked.
- It reminds you of orange blossom,
raisin and citrus
- These wine...
Nutritional Table
Minerals
Vitamins
AGING
· Some aging wines that mature
in small barrels can have a silky
muscat flavour, and a very nice
bouquet of honey an...
PRODUCTION AREAS:
· The production of “Málaga Origin” is
subdivided into four subzones.
This designation of wines is one o...
AROMAS
Aromas: Intense and very marked.
Reminiscent of orange blossom, raisins
and citrus
Path to the Wine
We invite you to visit the towns where these
wines are produced
Frigiliana
· Municipality in the province of Málaga.
· Located between the Almijara Mountain
Range and the Mediterranean S...
Nerja
The most eastern town in the region of The
Axarquia.
It has a mild climate all year round.
Torrox
Located in the East part of Costa del Sol
and at the foot of the Almijara Mountain
Range.
Sayalonga
In the south by the Mediterranean Sea.
East of the town Velez Málaga.
Algarrobo
Located southeast of Málaga.
Cómpeta
Also called “ The crown of the Costa del Sol”.
Located within the valley of the Axarquia.
Canillas de Albaida
Located in the valley formed by the Turvilla
and Cájula rivers.
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Muscat wine

  1. 1. Moscatel Wine Lina Moreno Cristina Rentería Juan Francisco Lozano Encarnita Ortiz
  2. 2. History of Muscat wine - - Málaga wines date back to the Phoenician times. - The Muscat wine comes from Muscat grapes that must be ripe and sunny. - The wine produced from them has the distinctive floral perfume of this grape variety
  3. 3. Moscatel wine bouquet: - It is intense and very marked. - It reminds you of orange blossom, raisin and citrus - These wines when developed in bottles are ideal wines.
  4. 4. Nutritional Table
  5. 5. Minerals
  6. 6. Vitamins
  7. 7. AGING · Some aging wines that mature in small barrels can have a silky muscat flavour, and a very nice bouquet of honey and jam aromas. · Bouquet: when new aging wines are in wooden barrels white spices and vanilla flavours can be noted
  8. 8. PRODUCTION AREAS: · The production of “Málaga Origin” is subdivided into four subzones. This designation of wines is one of the oldest in Spain
  9. 9. AROMAS Aromas: Intense and very marked. Reminiscent of orange blossom, raisins and citrus
  10. 10. Path to the Wine We invite you to visit the towns where these wines are produced
  11. 11. Frigiliana · Municipality in the province of Málaga. · Located between the Almijara Mountain Range and the Mediterranean Sea
  12. 12. Nerja The most eastern town in the region of The Axarquia. It has a mild climate all year round.
  13. 13. Torrox Located in the East part of Costa del Sol and at the foot of the Almijara Mountain Range.
  14. 14. Sayalonga In the south by the Mediterranean Sea. East of the town Velez Málaga.
  15. 15. Algarrobo Located southeast of Málaga.
  16. 16. Cómpeta Also called “ The crown of the Costa del Sol”. Located within the valley of the Axarquia.
  17. 17. Canillas de Albaida Located in the valley formed by the Turvilla and Cájula rivers.

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