Why spanish wines from castile-la mancha do are popular in the world wine market?
Wines produced in this region are noted for their European character and intensified flavors. Let's learn about cultivation, price, etc.
Wines produced in this region are noted for their European character and intensified flavors. The prices range from $10 for beverages under the Castile-La Mancha IGP designation to $100 for the bold red blends that are sold under the Vino de Pago title. It was Carlos Falcó Fernandez de Córdova of Dominio de Valdepusa in the Méntrida DO who is accredited with the honor of instilling quality to Castile-La Mancha wines. Falcó completed a course in winemaking in 1964 at UC Davis and introduced French grapes and modern irrigation systems in Castile-la Mancha.
La Mancha offers the ideal setting for grape cultivation with grapes remaining exposed to sunshine for long hours and passing through a healthy ripening cycle. While the yield per hectare remains moderate, the grapes that are produced have a premium quality. The social and economic significance of the vineyards of Castile-la Mancha accounts for the region's cultural heritage. The region is home to the largest vineyard in the world, stretching over an area of 600.000 hectares and making up for 50 percent of Spain's grape cultivation area.
Castile-la Mancha dominates Spain's wine-producing landscape with its grape varieties, crop cultivation methods and technologies, output quality and price/quality ratio of its wines. The region's wine and grape-juice production falls in the 528-660 gallon range.
The quality of our wines from the Zagarrón collection (D.O. Castilla la Mancha) won numerous national and international awards over more than 60 years. So far, Zagarrón, Vinos y Viñedos has garnered more than 50 awards that represent the recognition of its excellence and the well-done work of its team of professionals. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to try them! For more details; please visit: http://www.lpglobal.eu/
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