FUNDACIÓN CASTILLA LA MANCHA,  TIERRA DE VIÑEDOS

Castilla-La Mancha is unique. It is a diverse region, multicultural, extreme, approachable and welcoming. Castilla-La Mancha is a region that overflows with history, gathering together as many traditions as inhabitants it has, something that is revealed in the plurality of all its Designations of Origin, its “Pagos” and in the “Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla” (Wines of the Land of Castile).   

Castilla-La Mancha is the largest wine growing region in the world and it counts with an average annual production of approximately 20 million hectolitres. In the last few years the Castellano-Manchego lands have undergone a tremendous change, with the introduction of new grape varieties, improvement of the cultivation techniques and greater professionalization of our wine-growers.

With these changes and with its tremendous potential for viniculture production, Castilla-La Mancha confronts the challenge of holding an important role on the international market, making the new reality of a region that produces very high quality wines known to all, with a great varietal diversity and with an optimal price-performance ratio that makes its wines highly competitive.

The “Foundation Castilla-La Mancha, Tierra de Viñedos” safeguards the collective interests of the region in the wine industry and that of the products obtained from the grapes in general. A seal that has brought together the entire viniculture industry with a common goal in mind: acknowledgment and recognition of the quality of the wines and grape juice of Castilla-La Mancha.

 

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DENOMINACIONES DE ORIGEN

la-mancha D.O. La Mancha

valdepeñas D.O. Valdepeñas

manchuela D.O. Manchuela

almansa D.O. Almansa

jumilla D.O. Jumilla

mentrida D.O. Méntrida

mondejar D.O. Mondéjar

ucles D.O. Uclés

ribera_jucar D.O. Ribera del Júcar

 

PAGOS

Dominio de Valdepusa

Pago Campo de la Guardia

Dehesa del Carrizal

Pago de Guijoso

Pago Florentino

Pago Casa del Blanco

Finca Élez

Pago Calzadilla

 

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