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Almansa

Almansa

The Denomination of Origen Almansa lies about 100 kilometres inland from Valencia and Alicante, east of Albacete. It is an area of 10,000 hectares and the vineyards lie 700 metres above sea level with basically calcareous soil. 

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    • Origin
    • Spain
    • Almansa
    Made from hand harvested graopes this is a soft and smooth red with a deep brooding colour and packed full of dark fruit flavours. Read More
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Climate

The climate is extremely continental with cold winters and hot summers. The average annual rainfall, 410 mm, is low and together with the cold winter and spring nights results in a low yield and grapes of excellent quality.

Vines

The main vines cultivated are Tempranillo (known locally as the Cencibel), Monastrell and Garnacha Tintorera grape varieties. In recent years there have been plantings of Syrah, a grape variety that is ideal for rosé wine.

Local Wine Laws

The wines are made to the local wine laws, Denomination of Origen Almansa.

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