Malaga 1780 Larios

San Martin, no.63

Provenance: Hosman Vins, 7/1/1999

Malaga 1780 Larios (3138)
1780 Malaga Larios "San Martin" Vino Dulce - 1 bottle (70cl) This bottle has a T stopper and was bottled in 1978 from a small cask, which yielded 50 bottles. It is in perfect condition, vintage 1780, not a solera Real vintage Malaga from 1780. Perfectly drinkable and very concentrated wine. Virtually indestructible. Malaga was very famous in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Malaga vineyards were destroyed around 1880 (the phylloxera disaster) and not replanted for 100 years because then sweet wines were no longer fashionable.
$ 2,099.00

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Size 75 cl
Vintage 1780
Alcohol 18.0 %


The wines of Malaga, nurtured by the same blazing sun and Mediterranean mist that make the city’s raisins the best in the world, have been drawing praise for nearly 800 years. In what was perhaps the first wine festival and competition, organized by King Philippe Auguste of France in 1224, the vintage from Spain’s southern coast was designated Cardinal of Wines.


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