The Wine Route of Ronda and Malaga organizes the first wine tourism festival in the province of Malaga “Descorcha Experience”.

More than 200 people participated in the first wine tourism festival in the province of Malaga “Descorcha Experience” held this Saturday, December 9, with free experiences that have highlighted the heritage and wine culture of Malaga.

The event, sponsored by Tourism and Planning Costa del Sol, has been launched by the Association for the Development of Viticulture and Wine Tourism of Ronda and Malaga through the draw of dozens of experiences in social networks in which thousands of users have shown interest.

Tastings, visits to vineyards and wineries, gatherings, food and wine pairing and many other activities that combine gastronomy, culture and tourism have been carried out in the towns that make up the Wine Route of Ronda and Malaga, which brings together five wine production areas: Axarquia, Serrania de Ronda, Manilva, Montes de Malaga and North Zone of Malaga.

The experiences have been developed in the wineries BadMan Wines (Ronda), Carpe Diem (Mollina), Doña Felisa (Ronda), A. Muñoz Cabrera -Dimobe- (Moclinejo), Excelencia (Ronda), Huerto de la Condesa (Ronda), Kieninger (Ronda), La Capuchina (Mollina), La Melonera (Ronda), Lunares (Ronda), Nilva Enoturismo (Manilva) and Quitapenas (Málaga); the restaurants Araboka Plaza (Málaga), El Descorche (Málaga) and Restaurante Pedro Romero (Ronda); the Málaga Wine Museum; and with the leisure company Milamores (Ronda).

The president of the Wine Route of Ronda and Malaga, José María Losantos, celebrates the great interest shown by locals and visitors in this event, as well as invites more public to continue knowing “the quality and wealth of the province in the field of wine tourism”.