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DO of

Andalucia

JM-MCMS

Jerez / Xérès / Sherry DO
(all these cards are in 'Spain - Jerez' deck)

Manzanilla Sanlucar de Barameda DO
(all these cards are in 'Spain - Jerez' deck)

Montilla-Moriles DO

Condado do Huelva DO

Málaga DO

Sierra de Málaga DO

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What styles of wine are made in

Condado de Huelva DO?

Blanco

Blanco Joven

Blanco Traditional

Tinto
(GuildSomm doesn't seem to have this listed...)
It is in the DO document though...

Vino Generoso de Licor
Generoso produced in a solera
pale dry - cream - pale cream - medium

Condado Pálido
Generoso produced in a solera
biological aging

Condado Viejo
Generoso produced in a solera
​oxidative aging

3

What styles of wines are made in

Montilla-Moriles DO?

Blanco

Vino Generoso
Fino - Amontillado - Oloroso - Palo Cortado
(not always fortified...)

Vino Dulce Natural

4

What is the most important grape of 

Montilla-Moriles?

Pedro Ximinez

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Planted in over 75% of the hectareage of the DO

Most of the PX used in Sherry comes from here
- there is a special dispensation to source it from here since very little is grown in Jerez any more.

5

What styles of wine are made in 

Sierras de Malaga?

Blanco

Rosado

Tinto

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May only be produced in the 
Serrania de Ronda sub-zone of Malaga

6

What styles of wine are made in

Málaga DO?

Vino Seco
-not fortified-
(70% min recommended grapes)

Vino de Uvas Sobremaduradas
Dulce - Naturalmente Dulce
-not fortified-
(made from overripe grapes)

Vino de Uvas Pasificadas Dulce
-not fortified-
(made from dried grapes)

Vino de Licor
-fortified-
(seco - semiseco - semidulce - dulce)
Dulce Maestro - Dulce Natural - Dulce Tierno

7

Sub-Zones of

Malaga

SNAMM

Serrania de Ronda
(only zone for Sierra de MalagaDO)

Norte

Axarquía

Montes de Málaga

Manilva

8

What are the allowed grapes of

Málaga DO?

Pedro Ximénez

Moscatel de Alejandría

Moscatel de Grano Menudo
(aka: Moscatel Morisco)

 

also allowed:
Doradilla
Lairén (not Aíren)
Romé (only red grape)

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Málaga DO
(seco)

-not fortified-

70% min combined:
Pedro Ximénez
Moscatel de Alejandría
Moscatel de Grano Menudo

~15% min ABV~

4 g/l Max RS

10

Málalga DO
(Vino de Uvas Sobremaduradas)

-not fortified-

Sweet wines made from over-ripe grapes

Dulce
~16% min ABV~
{12% actual}

45 g/l min RS

Naturalmente Dulce
100% combined:
Pedro Ximénez
Moscatel de Alejandría
Moscatel de Grano Menudo

~17% min ABV~
{13% actual}

80 g/l min RS

11

Málaga DO
(Vino de Uvas Pasificadas Dulce)

-not fortified-

Sweet wines produced from dried grapes

~18% min ABV~
{10% actual}

140 g/l min RS

12

Málalga DO
(vin de Licor)

-fortified-

Seco - Semiseco/Abocado - Semidulce - Dulce
Dulce MaestroDulce NaturalDulce Tierno

70% min combined:
Pedro Ximénez
Moscatel de Alejandría
Moscatel de Grano Menudo

Seco
~15% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

45 g/l Max RS

Semiseco / Abocado
~15% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

12-45 g/l RS

Semidulce
~15% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

45-140 g/l RS

Dulce
~17.5% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

45 g/l min RS

Dulce Maestro
Uses fresh grapes
Fortified before fermentation starts

~15-16% ABV~

100 g/l min RS

Dulce Natural
Uses fresh grapes.
Fortified after fermentation starts.
Typically with 4-7% naturally acquired alcohol.

~17.5% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

212 g/l min Must Weight

Dulce Tierno
Uses 'sun dried' grapes.
Fortified after fermentation starts.

~17.5% min ABV~
{15-22% finished}

350 g/l min Must Weight
(after soleo drying)

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Aging levels for

Málalga DO Vino de Licor

Málaga Pálido
100% major grapes
6 months Max aging

Málaga (normale)
6-24 months in Oak

Málaga Noble
24-36 months in Oak

Málaga Añejo
36-60 months in Oak

Málaga Transañejo
60 months min in Oak

14

What is Arrope?

Grape must reduced over heat to
1/3 of its original amount.

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Note:
Arrope is reduced to 1/5 of its original volume in Jerez.
Do not confuse the two.

15

What is Pantomima?

Grape must reduced over heat to
1/2 of its original amount.

16

What is Málaga Dorado?

A color of Málaga.
(aka: Golden Málaga)

Dorado/golden to amber.

No Arrope is used.

17

What is Málaga Rojo Dorado?

A color of Málaga.
(aka: Rot Gold Málaga)

Amber to dark amber with Reflejos rojizo Dorados

5% Max Arrope

18

What is Oscuro Málaga?

A color of Málaga.
(aka: Brown Málaga)

From dark amber to dark mahogany.

5-10% Arrope

19

What is Color Málaga?

A color of Málaga.

Deep mahogany to ebony.

10-15% Arrope

20

What is Negro Málaga?

A color of Málaga.
(aka: Dunkel Málaga)

From ebony to black.

15% min Arrope

21

What is Málaga Lágrima?

An indication on
Málaga Vin de Licor.

Shows that no mechanical pressing was used.

22

What is Málaga Lacrimae Christi?

An indication on
Málaga Vin de Licor 'Lágrima'
(no mechanical pressing)

*2 years min aging in Oak

23

What is Málaga Pajarete?

An indication on
Málaga Vin de Licor Naturalmente Dulce.

No Arrope was used.

45-140 g/l RS

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What is Málaga Vendimia Asoleada?

An indication of
Málaga.

100% min combined:
Pedro Ximinez
Moscatel

(can bee 100% of either grape)

Grapes must have been dried using 'Soleo'.

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What is Málaga Pale Dry?

45 g/l Max RS

No Arrope or Pantomima can be used.

26

What is Málaga Pale Cream?

45-100 g/l RS

No Arrope or Pantomima was used.

27

What is Málaga Cream?

(aka: Dulce Crema)

75-125 g/l RS

Arrope or Pantomima may be used
in this style

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What is Málaga Sweet?

140 g/l min RS

Arrope or Pantomima may be used
in this style

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