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Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary
The Australian Financial Review
At first, Barquín and Ojeda scoured the barrel cellars of bodegas (wineries) across Andalucia, searching for carefully nurtured casks of beautiful, rare, sometimes very old sherry – fino, manzanilla, amontillado, palo cortado, oloroso, pedro ximénez

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Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Spain’s best sherries: Why La Bota from Equipo Navazos is extraordinary
The Australian Financial Review
At first, Barquín and Ojeda scoured the barrel cellars of bodegas (wineries) across Andalucia, searching for carefully nurtured casks of beautiful, rare, sometimes very old sherry – fino, manzanilla, amontillado, palo cortado, oloroso, pedro ximénez

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Pack your bags – Smurfs kicked out of their Andalucian village – RTN Newspaper


RTN Newspaper

Pack your bags – Smurfs kicked out of their Andalucian village
RTN Newspaper
JUZCAR, a small village in the province of Malaga once known as one of the ‘White Towns of Andalucia‘, shot to fame in 2011 when buildings in the town (including the church and cemetery) were painted smurf-blue by Sony Pictures to celebrate the

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Pack your bags – Smurfs kicked out of their Andalucian village – RTN Newspaper


RTN Newspaper

Pack your bags – Smurfs kicked out of their Andalucian village
RTN Newspaper
JUZCAR, a small village in the province of Malaga once known as one of the ‘White Towns of Andalucia‘, shot to fame in 2011 when buildings in the town (including the church and cemetery) were painted smurf-blue by Sony Pictures to celebrate the

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Migrants are ALWAYS landing on our beach, say locals after 30 Africans arrive in Spain on an inflatable dinghy in … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Migrants are ALWAYS landing on our beach, say locals after 30 Africans arrive in Spain on an inflatable dinghy in
Daily Mail
They were handed over to police but placed under the guardianship of the regional Junta de Andalucia government.’ Another source added: ‘Being minors, it’s unlikely they’ll be returned to Morocco. ‘Like all the other migrants on those boats, they will

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