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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
By La Mancha Wines La Manchais a vast expanse of land that has a flat terrain, without great heights and with beautiful red Miocene sediments of limestone structure. Their temperatures are extreme due to its continental climate, ranging from the...
By La Mancha Wines Located in the Central Plateau of the Iberian Peninsula, La Mancha encompasses 182 municipalities ofAlbacete,Ciudad Real,CuencaandToledo, which benefit from extreme continental climate with large temperature fluctuations and precipitation variables suitable for optimal grape growing. Dating back to...
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...
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,...
By La Mancha Wines And finally, this is our last post talking aboutLa Mancha grapes. Thank you for following us! Cabernet Franc Vigorous grape strain and straight in posture, with early maturity proceeding fromBordeaux. Same as the most popular Cabernet Sauvignon, their...
By Greg McGehee, Sommelier Greg McGehee is the general manager and wine director for Lemaire in the historic Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, Va. He served DO La Mancha wine at his wedding.   April 11, 2011, was a warm morning in Albecete...
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 have two native grapes from Spain: Moravia and Verdejo. Both can be found in DO La Mancha. Moravia Widely grown variety in the provinces ofAlbaceteandCuenca, in a perfect adaptation and productivity. It is also known asCrujidera,MoraviaDulce,...
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...
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 La Mancha Wines The Spanish wine region of La Mancha has named wine expert Michael Green as their U.S. Ambassador for 2012. Green, whose 25 years of experience include nearly two decades as Gourmet Magazine’s wine and spirits consultant,...
By La Mancha Wines Today we have two native grapes from France, but well-known in La Mancha and all over the word: Petit Verdot and Chardonnay. Petit Verdot Red variety fromBordeauxand widely used in theMedoc. It stands prostrated and it is of average...