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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...
Durante estos días  (del 11 al 14 de abril) se celebra en el recinto ferial de IFEMA la vigesimoquinta edición del Salón de Gourmets,  una de las citas más esperadas por todos los amantes del buen beber y el...
By La Mancha Wines These are D.O. La Mancha official labels, and they mean QUALITY! @LaMancha_Wines Facebook: La ManchaWines Web: www.lamanchawines.com
En esta semana tan literaria en la que estamos inmersos con motivo de la celebración del día del libro y en el mismo día en el que una emocionada Ana María Matute ha recibido el prestigioso...
Hay cosas que no deberían cambiar, no creo que vayan a mejor, entre tantas cosas la repostería casera. Como Manchego adoro la "fruta de sartén" y de mis favorita son las rosquillas, masa cuidada, fritura al punto de cada...
Reblogging from Bradenton Herald We found this interesting post by Harris Interactive on Bradenton Herald about some wine drinking habits in U.S.: "Whether it's for convenience, cost, patriotism, personal preference or something else, a large majority of adults who buy or drink wine say...
By Fred Minnick Oh, how delicious the Tempranillo grape is. The native-Spanish grape has won the hearts of wine lovers from around the world. This rich, well-structured red wine provides the perfect acidity, tannins and color, with a frequent nose of...
by Fred Minnick Long ago, before Spanish wines were common on American restaurant menus, Tempranillo was not widely planted in the La Mancha region. Then, a spirited winemaker named Miguel Angel Valentin Diaz saw an opportunity. He noticed longer sun hours...
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 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...
Here we have some interesting figures to share with you from 2012 Wine Consumer Report by Invictus Marketing published on PRWeb:   “More Millennials than ever before are drinking wine at least once a month”   “The research shows an astounding 35% of older...
By La Mancha Wines Sight The first thing to consider is that you should not overfill the cup, which will facilitate the tasting. Observe the wine with good light and holding the cup at the base, away from yourself to verify...
By La Mancha Wines DO La Mancha  has a wide variety of native and non-Spanish grapes. Today, we would like to talk about two well-known international grapes: Malbec and Riesling.   Malbec A red variety of French wine, with a medium size bunch,...