By La Mancha Wines DO La Mancha  has a wide variety of native and non-Spanish grapes. Today, we would like to talk about Monastrell and Viogner. Monastrell Sweet red wine with a productive upright posture, a characteristic of the Spanish “Levante”. Their grapes...
By La Mancha Wines The results of the D.O. La Mancha Awards 2012 were announced this week at Alcázar deSan Juan(Ciudad Real,Spain). This edition was highly competitive due to the number of wines participating, more than 800, and their outstanding...
By La Mancha Wines Sight The first thing to consider is that you should not overfill the cup, which will facilitate the tasting. Observe the wine with good light and holding the cup at the base, away from yourself to verify...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have two new “grape guests” in our posts about the grape varieties you can find in DO La Mancha wines: Merlot and Torrontés Merlot Merlot is a variety from France, Bordeaux region, with presence in all...
By La Mancha Wines More awards for La Mancha wines, this time in the Decanter World Wine Awards 2012. The results were announced last week at The London International Wine Fair. In its 9th edition, 14,119 wines 47 countries have...
By La Mancha Wines La Mancha kicked off its 2012 U.S. Road Show in early May with successful events for the trade and media in Seattle, San Franciscoand Houston, followed by a tasting for consumers in Dallas. Representatives from the...
By La Mancha Wines Today we have two native grapes from Spain: Mencía and Airén. Both can be found in DO La Mancha , specially Airen grape, the most widely planted grape on the planet.   Mencía Variety that resembles to the Cabernet Franc...
By La Mancha Wines Fifteen wines from D.O. La Mancha has been awarded in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2012, also known as the “wine world-championship”. The 19th edition of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles took place this year from 4...
By Rosie Carbo Michael Green is not a live, stand-up comedian. But as the star of “Wines worth Discovering,” a  Denomination of Origin (D.O.) La Mancha spring road show, his colorful anecdotes is key to learning about the wines from...
By La Mancha Wines               Offering wine on the table is a sign of good taste, and it is always the best place to enjoy it and talk about it. Here are some appropriate dishes to match the different types of wines...
By La Mancha Wines DO La Mancha  has a wide variety of native and non-Spanish grapes. Today, we would like to talk about two well-known international grapes: Malbec and Riesling.   Malbec A red variety of French wine, with a medium size bunch,...
Here we have some interesting figures to share with you from 2012 Wine Consumer Report by Invictus Marketing published on PRWeb:   “More Millennials than ever before are drinking wine at least once a month”   “The research shows an astounding 35% of older...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have two aromatic grapes in our posts about the grape varieties you can find in Denomination of Origin La Mancha wines: Graciano and Sauvignon Blanc     Graciano A red wine that yields good disease resistance, which comes from...