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Do you love Christmas? Do you love wine? Do you love recycling? Do you love DIY? Here you have some wine cork Christmas decoration ideas to combine all your passions! If you are a wine lover you are going to...
La Historia nos muestra como desde los inicios del vino, surge la necesidad de conservación y transporte de éste  delicioso jugo de uva fermentado siendo diversos los elementos y técnicas empleadas para ello. Que cada botella tiene...
Planning on throwing a Halloween party with your family and friends? If so, of course you want to have the best and spookiest decor. Check out these Halloween wine accessories for all your party needs 1. Bottle stoppers Halloween-themed bottle stoppers for...
Se diga como se diga siempre hacemos referencia al mismo oficio, aunque si es cierto que su origen viene del término francés some que significa carga en alusión a aquella persona encargada de guiar animales que cargaban el vino...
Recycling is necessary, and recycling corks is easy and fun. In this article we are going to teach you how to recycle a cork from a bottle of wine in a very useful item so that you can organize...
Corks can be used not only as wine bottle stoppers but also to do astonishing pieces of art. As D.O. La Mancha wine drinkers, we’ve popped our corks, but just tossing them out shouldn’t be the end of their lives....
There’s nothing better than a glass of wine and a good TV show. These fictional characters really are wine lovers! The great cultural tradition of European countries is to consume wine at table with food. Now, you can enjoy a...
by  Fred Minnick Despite being the world’s largest wine-producing region, D.O. La Mancha is frequently misunderstood. The Spanish wine region’s cooperative system can be especially confusing. Like the U.S. farm cooperatives trying to procure more money for their farmers, the D.O....
One of the lowest in the 21st century According to data released by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (the OIV), world wine production for 2016 is estimated to be 259 million hectolitres, a 5% drop. In October, the first...
By La Mancha Wines And finally, this is our last post talking aboutLa Mancha grapes. Thank you for following us! Cabernet Franc Vigorous grape strain and straight in posture, with early maturity proceeding fromBordeaux. Same as the most popular Cabernet Sauvignon, their...
by Fred Minnick When wine historians assess the contributions of private wineries to a region, Vinicola de Castilla might very well have had the greatest impact on a Spanish wine region. Formed in 1976, Vinicola de Castilla entered the winemaking scene...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have two international grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon and Gewürztraminer. And by the way, today is the international Cabernet Sauvignon Day! Cabernet Sauvignon The Cabernet Sauvignon is a red variety of French and international viticulture wine queen. It...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have our  second posts about the grape varieties you can find in DO La Mancha wines.   Pinot Noir This unusual grape originated in France and well adapted to temperate areas is often used as a basis...