La Mancha is an ideal area for growing grapes because the yield per hectare is not very high and of premium quality. In addition, the health of their vines is extraordinary due to the long hours of sunshine they receive and their great ripening cycle.

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    DO La Mancha wines close their 2018 overseas promotion in Asia

    The Regulatory Board has put together a busy autumn tour taking in China, the Philippines and South Korea. During the last week of October, DO...

    The final stage of the grape harvest in DO La Mancha, notable for its...

    The Airén white grape harvest marks the end of the campaign in La Mancha Designation of Origin With a delay of several weeks compared to...

    DO La Mancha wines arouse greater interest in the Russian market and on the...

    Russian and Latin America importers get an in-depth look at La Mancha on an inverse trade mission organised by the Regulatory Board “Some wineries are...
    Las primeras variedades suelen recogerse con vendimia mecanizada

    Chardonnay and Moscatel mark the start of the grape harvest in DO La Mancha...

    With a delay of several weeks compared to last year, the first early ripening varieties are now being harvested in La Mancha   The province of...

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      Vine Flowering

      As plants, vines follow annual growth cycles set by the seasons. The arrival of autumn and winter, when temperatures drop, means the plant ceases...

      Roses as early warning systems

      You'll see the same on any vineyard across the planet, whether it's in La Mancha, France or in New World countries like New Zealand...

      Green shoots of life

      Although nature can be observed and analysed with scientific methods and criteria, its exact behaviour in plants (luckily for wine growers) can't be predicted...

      Designation of Origin, the reasons for trusting a DO wine

      They're part of the local identity, inseparable from the land, they express the distinguishing features of the people who live, feel and understand winemaking...

      Buñuelos de viento and saint’s bones

      We visit the bakery at Tradición 1892 cake shop in Alcázar de San Juan, with a lovely aroma of pastries wafting over us. Despite...

      Cod with ‘Capilla’ sauce

      This cod stands for traditional values. From serving daily lunches to becoming a trendy gastro-bar on the region's gastronomic itineraries, in late 2011, La...