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En los últimos tiempos, el desarrollo de las nuevas tecnologías de la comunicación ha provocado que la difusión de la cultura gastronómica haya experimentado una auténtica revolución, pasando de los platos a las páginas de las...
By La Mancha Wines It is not usual to have an adequate space at home for a winery, but we can always put up part of a room, a garage or a closet for our wines. There are also furniture...
By La Mancha Wines Today we have two native grapes from France, but well-known in La Mancha and all over the word: Petit Verdot and Chardonnay. Petit Verdot Red variety fromBordeauxand widely used in theMedoc. It stands prostrated and it is of average...
El Chipirón es un alimento muy solicitado, tanto en salsa como rustido en la plancha tiene la aceptación de la mayoría, gusta mucho y es que además de sencillo, da juego a los cocineros mas creativos. Este chipirón ha...
by Fred Minnick In Noblejas, Toledo, every house was once a winery. Driving through the small village in the Toledo Province, you’ll see iron-bar covered windows in the 17th Century homes that once stored wine in large clay vats. Families would...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have two new “grape guests” in our third posts about the grape varieties in D.O. La Mancha area: Garnacha and Moscatel Grano Menudo Garnacha It is the second most important variety for red wines in the...
by Fred Minnick What is value wine? In 2008, I wrote for an investment website, Banrate.com, that it’s a buyer’s market for wine and that wine is a great investment. I still believe that, but I also believe value wine...
By Lana Bortolot Hooray for the holidays! They’re not only a time of good cheer, but also a perfect reason to say “cheers” with wines that complement the season’s rich table. One of the season’s best-loved traditions is the Christmas Eve...
It's Time again!! Our 2nd La Mancha Wine Tour!! is about to star! OCTOBER 18... I am so excited!, we have lots of great wines for you to taste!!!  This Time we’re in Los Angeles, a bastion of great restaurants,...
by Fred Minnick I have a confession to make: I love Manchego cheese. I love its nutty, sweet and tangy flavors, its firm texture, and how it perfectly pairs with the popular Spanish grapes Tempranillo and Verdejo. I eat Manchego...
By Fred Minnick   There it sits. In all it’s winding glory: a twirling, towering windmill firmly planted atop a hill in the middle of D.O. La Mancha. Its beauty blossoms even more with a blue-sky backdrop. The La Mancha windmills...
By La ManchaWines  Seven D.O. La Mancha wineries in the winner list of the most prestigious international wine competition in Spain, X Bacchus Wine International Competition organized by the Spanish Tasters Association. The tenth edition has been held in Madrid in...