PORTFOLIO : SPAIN : LA MANCHA

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For the Sánchez-Mateos  family, renovating the winery their great-grandparents founded in 1920 meant preserving tradition while using the most modern wine making techniques available.  The result is that every bottle they produce from their 45 hectares of land is certified organic and marked by the rugged terrain typical of La Mancha.

 

 

 

 ABOUT LA MANCHA

about la mancha

 

 

La Mancha is the largest continuous vine-growing area in the world.  The first written documentation on viticulture in the region dates from the 12th century, though it is generally believed that vines were introduced by the ancient Romans.  The climate features hot summers and cold winters with temperatures ranging from extremes of 5ºF in winter to 110°F in summer. Drought is also common due to the micro-climate of La Mancha which prevents moisture bearing winds from crossing it; mean annual rainfall is about 300 to 400 mm whereas the sun is plentiful with the vines receiving 3000 hours of sunlight per annum.  All this contributes to very low yields which results in fabulously concentrated flavors in your glass.

 

 

 

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