2017, A special vintage

One exceptional feature of the world of wine is diversity, a diversity that is evident between regions, between plots, between varieties ... and so on until we come to vintages. And so much so, that even within the same vineyard, with its grapes vinified under similar conditions as previous years, [...]

2016 Vintage

The 2016 vintage began with a winter that was warmer and drier than usual. However, colder and more humid months of March and April ensured the date of bud break was not so very different from the norm.. Bud break was dominated by moderate temperatures and a rainy spring. The [...]

2015 Vintage

The 2015 harvest in La Mancha can be summarised as being of greater quality and less quantity. The vegetative rest was marked by a winter that was cooler and drier than usual, while the spring was warmer and drier than the average year, ending the vine cycle with an extremely [...]

2014 Vintage

The period of dormancy of the vine, coinciding with the winter of 2013-14, was characterized by temperatures and rainfall slightly above the usual average for the area. Which in turn provided sufficient water reserves for the first stages of the vegetative period to proceed normally. The spring was very warm [...]

2013 Vintage

The 2013 harvest was characterised by an excellent balance between quality and quantity. The winter was marked by abundant rainfall, which refilled the soil with water reserves, and temperatures above the annual average. In the Spring, the warm temperatures allowed for a very good flowering phase and subsequent setting. The [...]

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