Ronda is a compulsory stop for anyone who loves fine wine. Its boutique wineries, although small in size, produce the best wines in Málaga. These small wineries with a unique charm reap the benefits of a traditional wine-making legacy.
The Descalzos Viejos winery, with its barrel room located in a 16th century convent, is a clear example of art and viticulture that will delight those visitors looking for something a little more special.
The region of Axarquía, in the east of the province, is famous for its sweet wines made with Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez grapes. These wines stand out for their colour and wonderful floral and fruity aromas.
Sweet, medium, medium-dry and dry wines are the perfect accompaniment to a great dessert, make an ideal aperitif or simply serve to whet your appetite before enjoying a gourmet meal.