Queen drinks Malaga wine at royal dinner

Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed a glass of classic Malaga sweet wine at a royal dinner in Picton Castle in Wales to celebrate her 88th birthday.


Malaga muscatel Nº2 from the Jorge Ordoñez winery was the preferred tipple at the dinner which was also attended by the Duke of Edinburgh.

Victoria Ordoñez, spokesperson for the winery, explained in a press release that the Nº2 was one of the most universal and sought after Spanish wines and has been drunk at many prestigious affairs including the Nobel Prizes in 2012.

She went on to state that the winery is very proud to have been selected for such an important commemorative act.

Nº2 has been produced by the winery for around 10 years since its invention by Alois Kracher who is one of the world’s foremost wine makers.

According to Ordoñez the secret of Nº2 is in its traditional fermentation method which makes it sweet without having to add any extras.

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