La Mancha, with its countless hectares of vineyards, is the most extensive viticulture and wine-growing area in the world.
This naturally formed historical region is the largest in Europe. Its territory covers 30,700 square kilometers, that is, half the total area of its constituent provinces (Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo). The region has a rich wine-growing tradition, which, combined with various natural characteristics, allows the production of excellent grapes that give life to a great wine with very distinctive notes. La Mancha is an ideal place for growing grapes, where fruits are produced that are extraordinary in quality, ripeness and disease resistance. Therefore, today La Mancha wines are among the most refined and prestigious in the world. The wine is made from the Tempranillo grape variety, has an intense aroma of ripe fruit and blackberries. Ideal with grilled meats and medium aged cheeses.