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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...
La Historia nos muestra como desde los inicios del vino, surge la necesidad de conservación y transporte de éste  delicioso jugo de uva fermentado siendo diversos los elementos y técnicas empleadas para ello. Que cada botella tiene...
By Fred Minnick 2011 was an amazing year for D.O. La Mancha. Here’s a look at some of the region’s top American stories. 2011 Roadshow This year, D.O. La Mancha brought more than 100 wines to the United States for the 2011...
Una gota de vino es parte de un trabajo, una pasión, el esfuerzo de cientos de personas, y aunque parezca exagerado, parte de la imagen de una zona, comarca, región... Y es que la impresión de cada cosa...
By La Mancha Wines Today we begin a new series of posts about the grape varieties you can find in DO La Mancha wines:   Tempranillo/Cencibel Cencibel or tempranillo variety is the most important of the red grapes in the Designation of originLa Mancha,...
Estos días de calor, los platos mas demandados en los Restaurantes suelen ser frescos y ligeros, entre los mas demandados suelen estar las Anchoas de Santoña, y es que suele ir acompañadas de tomate y buen...
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 Fred Minnick Jose Castellano is the owner of Palette Of Wines, a Spanish wine importer with three DO La Mancha wines. Castellano carefully selects each wine with his customers in mind and the state of the market. The New...
By La Mancha Wines DO La Mancha  has a wide variety of native and non-Spanish grapes. Today, we would like to talk about Monastrell and Viogner. Monastrell Sweet red wine with a productive upright posture, a characteristic of the Spanish “Levante”. Their grapes...
By Fred Minnick Depending on where you live in the United States, you can purchase D.O. La Mancha wine online and have it sent directly to your house. To find out if your state is eligible to receive wine shipments, visit...
By La Mancha Wines                   Each spring, more than 5,000 wines from 38 countries are tasted over two days in Bourg (Bordeaux – France) by some 800 wine professionals and expert wine-loving consumers. The Challenge International du Vin is the longest running...
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...
By La Mancha Wines Today, we have our  second posts about the grape varieties you can find in DO La Mancha wines.   Pinot Noir This unusual grape originated in France and well adapted to temperate areas is often used as a basis...