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Check out these tattoos from devotees who have made a lifetime commitment to wine. Tattoo wine ideas! A tattoo is a permanent design made on skin with a needle and ink. Just how much of a wine lover are you? Wine...
Videotasting hosted by Charlie Arturaola during D.O. La Mancha Roadshows 2011 Wine: Destinos Cruzados Macabeo Type: White Wine Grape variety: 100% Macabeo Producer: Bodegas La Remediadora Webpage: www.laremediadora.com           @LaMancha_Wines Facebook: La ManchaWines Web: www.lamanchawines.com
Check out this report from Silicon Valley Bank, his  Annual State of the Wine Industry Report for 2012-2013 predicts: "Imports taking larger market share in the U.S." "Long-term steady growth in the fine wine business is expected; 7-11% sales growth in 2012" "Wine inventories...
This cod stands for traditional values. From serving daily lunches to becoming a trendy gastro-bar on the region's gastronomic itineraries, in late 2011, La Capilla de Palacio turned its image and design around completely to invest in new trends. ...
Videotasting hosted by Charlie Arturaola during DO La Mancha Roadshows 2011 Wine: Semblanza Tempranillo Joven Type: Young Red Wine Grape variety: 100% Tempranillo Producer: Bodegas San Isidro de Pedro Muñoz Webpage: www.viacotos.com           @LaMancha_Wines Facebook: La ManchaWines Web: www.lamanchawines.com
Videotasting hosted by Michael Green during DO La Mancha Roadshows 2012 Wine: Parra Jimenez Crianza Type: Organic Red Wine Grape variety: 100% Tempranillo Producer: Parra Family Organic Wines Webpage: www.parrafamilyorganic.com           Twitter: @LaMancha_Wines Facebook: La ManchaWines Web: www.lamanchawines.com
by Fred Minnick The name Familia Martinez Bujanda is synonymous with high-quality Spanish wine. With five wineries in three different Spanish Denominations of Origin, Familia Martinez Bujanda’s wineries have one commonality: They strive to pick the best grapes from their own...
By Lana Bortolot The European wine harvest is over and now, in America, we turn our thoughts to another harvest, of sorts—the cornucopia that is Thanksgiving. Of course, you’ll roll out the traditional recipes and ingredients, with turkey taking pride of...
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...
This year, D.O. La Mancha wineries have been taking great strides to become the first thought for Spanish Wine in the United States. Since May, the D.O. La Mancha has launched a very ambitious promotional campaign in different cities of...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have two new “grape guests” in our posts about the grape varieties you can find in DO La Mancha wines: Merlot and Torrontés Merlot Merlot is a variety from France, Bordeaux region, with presence in all...