Last October 3 we had the pleasure of sharing the experience of the radio program La Tarde Para Todos in our winery, led by the journalist Julio Melgarejo where we talk about gastronomy and current affairs in Malaga.
We were accompanied, among others, by Leonor García-Agua, a forerunner from the beginning of Sabor a Málaga who has known how to give value to the Malaga product, placing it as a benchmark in the agri-food sector of our province.
Toñi Sánchez, renowned culinary blogger who leads the blog My kitchen Toñi Sánchez, which has revolutionized the gastronomic world with its traditional Malaga recipes, among which you can find a recipe made with one of our Quitauelve wines.
We were also accompanied by Gil Luna oils, an oil mill located in El Burgo and led by a professional and entrepreneurial fighter, Mariló Luna, who this year has achieved several international awards for its organic extra virgin olive oil.
We also had the pleasure of enjoying a few minutes with Paloma Trends, author of the blog "I don't wear sandals in winter" where she was telling us about fashion, beauty and gastronomy.
The entertainment was carried out by 3 artists with great experience, Chelo Soto and Fran Moya and the singer-songwriter Toba Gutiérrez.
And how could it be otherwise, we closed the program with a glass of Quitauelve Málaga Dulce wine, a Pedro Ximénez wine aged 8 months with Denomination of Origin Málaga, as well as our young white Vegasol Denomination of Origin Sierras de Málaga, which Either it takes away your sorrows, or it gives you joy.