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  Designation of Origin "La Mancha"

La Mancha, with its 300,000 hectares of vineyards, becomes the most extensive wine region of the world. Of these, only about 165,000 are apt to produce wines with Designation of Origin. Still, it is the Designation of Origin with more vineyard area. This área occupies half of the four provinces that comprise: Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo.

Because of its continental climate, it has extreme temperatures ranging from -15 degrees from winter to 45 º in the torrid summer. Dryness is another feature, because due to its micro-climate, prevents the entry of moist winds and presents a low rainfall. So La Mancha is basically a dry farming area. Moreover, this land enjoys 3,000 hours of sunshine annually for sear their grapes, thus offering their best fruit.

As for the grape varieties permitted by the Regulatory Council of the Designation of Origin La Mancha, we find a great varietal universe. For red wines: Bobal, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cencibel or Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano, Malbec, Mencia, Merlot, Monastrell, Moravia Dulce, Crujidera, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir and Syrah.
For white wines: Airen, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Viura or Macabeo, Moscatel, Parellada Pedro Ximenez, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Torrontes, Verdejo and Viognier.

Bodegas Bro Valero

Maintaining tradition, the Bro Valero brothers, have designed this small artisanal winery but with the latest technology in the heart of the family wine farm. The greatest wealth of Bodegas Bro Valero is their land, their vines and grapes.
These grapes are treated a very special way, in order to they can make their mark on the wine.

The policy of respect for the environment that develops in Bodegas Bro Valero has resulted in certificates that confirm their commitment, as certification in Organic Agriculture.

"La Navarra", is a family-owned vineyard, with 69 hectares different varieties of vine, whose full ecological utilization allows a low environmental impact, supported by a poplar plantation that compensates CO2 emissions produced during wine making (CO2=0).