For example, planting density per hectare in our vineyards conducted “in beaker” will range between 1,000 and 1,600 strains, with a maximum of 20,000 productive buds, while “in trellis” will be between 1,275 and 3,333 strains, with a maximum of 42,000 productive buds.
In addition, the maximum yield of 10,000 kg / ha for plantations conducted “in beaker” (white and red varieties) and “trellis” reach the 13,000 kg / ha. Therefore, when the yield is higher than allowed, the total output of the plot is not suitable for the processing of wine with DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN – DO in “La Mancha”.
As for the wines, the rigorous requirements of the Tasting Committee Regulatory Board, ensures an outstanding quality of wines with Designation of origin- DO, which, once in the market, must be provided with the appropriate secondary label given by the Control Board when the wine is considered fit to be sold under its identification of origin and quality.
Moreover, in order to give more guarantees to consumers, this DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN – DO provides a different secondary label depending on the type of wine involved (young, traditional, barrel aged, crianza, reserva, gran reserva or sparkling), thus preventing any malicious incentive to change the concept of the wine.