Malaga 1800 Larios
Provenance: Private purchase, 1/1/1985
Malaga 1800 Larios, Bénéfique. 18,5% Napoleon divides France in to a Roman model. End 1799 to end 1804 he is the head of the Consulate, afterwards he becomes emperor. Just like the Roman emperors he himself appoints members that approve his decisions. In 1800 Napoleon crosses the Alps and invades Italy. In december 1800 an assault on Napoleon fails in Paris. U.S. President John Adams becomes the first President of the United States to live in the Executive Mansion (later renamed the White House).
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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.