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La Mancha is an ideal area for growing grapes because the yield per hectare is not very high and of premium quality. In addition, the health of their vines is extraordinary due to the long hours of sunshine they receive and their great ripening cycle.

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    In the footsteps of the knight of the sad countenance

    We set off on a journey taking us along the revived La Mancha Wine Route Travellers with curiosity never dissapointed by La Mancha  “He who reads much...
    Azafata en el stand de los vinos DO La Mancha en Prowein

    A positive experience for our wines at Prowein 2019

    “Attendance was similar to last year, with around 60,000 visitors and close to 2,000 exhibitors”. With these opening words, trade mission leader Juan Manuel...

    Switzerland, the second stop on the round of external promotions of DO La Mancha...

    The Swiss city of Zurich is hosting the Regulatory Board's second external promotional event   This has proved to be an intense international promotion schedule for...

    DO La Mancha wines consolidate their image at Wine Paris

    The Regulatory Board is very happy with its participation in the trade fair held recently in the French capital From 11 to 13 February DO...

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      Suckling lamb confit on a bed of garlic

      This suckling lamb confit on a bed of garlic has all the ingredients you might find in the La Mancha larder, and is based...

      Wine temperature and storage

      We all like to enjoy a good wine at home with family and friends, but we're not always sure about how to store wine...

      Vine Flowering

      As plants, vines follow annual growth cycles set by the seasons. The arrival of autumn and winter, when temperatures drop, means the plant ceases...

      Roses as early warning systems

      You'll see the same on any vineyard across the planet, whether it's in La Mancha, France or in New World countries like New Zealand...

      Green shoots of life

      Although nature can be observed and analysed with scientific methods and criteria, its exact behaviour in plants (luckily for wine growers) can't be predicted...

      Designation of Origin, the reasons for trusting a DO wine

      They're part of the local identity, inseparable from the land, they express the distinguishing features of the people who live, feel and understand winemaking...