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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Hispanic Day in Brussels, La Mancha style

13 October, 2017

DO La Mancha wines play a leading role in Hispanic Day celebrations  at the EU headquarters along with other Spanish agro-food products     The National Festival commemorating the Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus in 1492 and honouring... Read more

Tinta tempranillo DO La Mancha

Widespread harvest of early varieties

10 August, 2017

The first varieties are being picked nearly two weeks earlier than in a normal year, with good quality fruit and a slight drop in production   Forecasts of an early harvest were proved correct as picking got under way in La Mancha, when, at the... Read more

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The grape harvest in 360º

24 August, 2017

An experience with a 360º camera immersing viewers in the grape picking action Also known as spherical or 360º videos, they’re the latest technological leap in image recording. This new technique provides a full panoramic view of the action,... Read more

Delicate white chardonnay

7 August, 2017

Mechanised night-time harvesting has taken over DO La Mancha vineyards for the chardonnay variety, one of the first to be picked     The grape was first grown in the Burgundy region of France, although nowadays you could say it’s one of the most... Read more