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World Wine Meeting: upcoming trip to the United States

27 April, 2018

The Regulatory Council will attend the World Wine Meeting, the largest wine sector event in the city of Chicago   From the 29th of April to the 2nd of May, the Regulatory Council and dozens of La Mancha wineries will attend one of the most important promotional events in North America. The WWM is an… Read more »

The Sakura Awards, pleasing the female palate in the land of the rising sun

15 February, 2017

La Mancha wineries stand out in Japan at the Sakura Awards, selected by an all-female panel of judges. The latest winners of the famous SAKURA Awards have been announced. They were published in the second week of February, coinciding precisely with the commercial festival of Saint Valentine’s day. The awards attract excellent media coverage among… Read more »

Wineries from La Mancha awarded in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

12 May, 2016

One of the main competitions at international levels has recently published the list with the awarded wines during the last edition, the 23rd edition of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. Since it is an itinerant competition, this year 2016 it has taking place in the city of Plovdiv (Bulgary). The next edition in 2017 will be hosted… Read more »

White Airen increasing reputation

5 May, 2016

Call for the 4th edition of Airen around the World Awards 2016. From May the 4th until June the 3rd , ‘Wine Connection’ prepares the fourth edition of a contest which objective is to enhance the value of the most traditional white wines in Castilla-La Mancha. The wineries interested in participating can find all the… Read more »

Germany is seduced by DO La Mancha wines

7 April, 2016

La Mancha wines strengthen in a market that values quality According to 2015 exportation data, that have recently been published, Germany reinforces its leadership as the most loyal market for exports of DO La Mancha wines, before China, Holland and even UK and USA. In year 2015, 5.9 million of bottles were exported to Germany… Read more »