Castilla-La Mancha



Of course, you know the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain. Well, at the bottom, southern, half of the large central plateau that covers the middle of Spain, you’ll find the Castilla-La Mancha wine region.

This is grape-growing at its most extreme. Altitudes are often upwards of 500m (1,650ft), with bitterly cold winters where it rarely gets above freezing, to roasting summers where 35˚C is normal.

But vines are known for their ability to thrive in the harshest conditions, and Castilla-La Mancha is responsible for half of all the wine made in Spain. That’s around 700,000ha of vines producing enough grapes for an average of 18 million hl (475 million gallons) of wine a year.

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