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The Regulatory Board is a joint partner in the European Sustainable Wines campaign to promote the concept of sustainability associated with Designation of Origin wines. Although the campaign was launched in 2020, it has seen a few changes to its...
The Regulatory Board updates its internal regulations to tighten up control As an additional measure alongside the audits carried out in Castilla-La Mancha by companies approved by the National Accreditation Body (ENAC) under the UNE-EN/ISO 17065 Product Certification standard and...
Eleven La Mancha wineries took part in the China Food & Drinks Fair, the sector's most important trade fair in this Asian country. Held from 7 to 9 April solely for end consumers and trade representatives resident on Chinese soil,...
The impact of covid caused a 14.34% DROP in ANNUAL SALES DESPITE A 25% riSE IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR Falling consumption in restaurants, coupled with a drop in exports, resulted in a decrease of 14.34% in a...
The Regulatory Board has described the 2020 vintage as Very Good for wines produced in an atypical year but with a great quality harvest. Although this was a harvest unlike any other because of the COVID situation, the protocols were...
Promoting La Mancha wineries on Asian soil has been adapted to the post-COVID era A year after the pandemic broke out onto the international scene, paralysing demand in the Chinese market, La Mancha DO wines are resuming their promotional activity...
  For the second year in a row, the DO La Mancha Regulatory Board has ratified the vintage classification for wines from the last harvest. This is the fifth vintage to obtain a 'Very Good' rating in La Mancha wine campaigns...
La Mancha Regulatory Board presents this sub-category focusing on high-end wines produced to premium quality standards, with a highly exacting traceability monitoring process As part of an effort to prioritise quality and position the brand image of DO La Mancha...
In the face of climate change, the vine is one of the most significant crops for the environmental survival of the La Manhca habitat. Vines, a widespread crop in Spain Castilla-La Mancha accounts for a little less than half the total number...
It is openend the selection of an evaluation body for the promotional activities part of the “EUSL” program, cofinanced upon EU Regulation No. 1144/2014. Target countries: China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam Activities to be evaluated: WP1 – Project...
La Mancha wines consolidate their image at the second biggest trade fair on the European continent. Held from 10 to 12 February in the French capital, Wine Paris appears to have taken over the wine fair baton from Vinexpo Bordeaux....
The Regulatory Board will travel to the French capital to take part in the Wine Paris and Vinexpo Paris joint trade fair. Overseas promotion activities in 2020 for La Mancha Designation of Origin wines will be starting in the neighbouring...
The Regulatory Board will be taking part in the leading food and drink trade fair to strengthen its promotion in Japan. With more than a million bottles imported in 2018, a figure exceeded only by China,  the land of the...