History and culture
The Manchuela is a small terroir anchored in the lands of Castilla La Mancha, but it is in a league of its own compared to its surroundings. Cuenca and Albacete cover this region that has been marked by nature with the purpose of offering high quality crops with unique flavours, for this reason today it has numerous products with Denominations of Origin, among them the wine. La Manchuela Wine Route was born with the intention of showing the world the benefits of this noble town.
The waters of the Júcar and Cabriel rivers converge and give respite to the growth and development of La Manchuela; a noble and fruitful region, which for decades has left its mark on the world of winemaking in Spain and now is rgaining more and more recognition. The new proposal is to give life and development to La Manchuela Wine Route whose environment is essential to the riches of the regions of Cuenca and Albacete, in Castilla La Mancha.
With the intention of giving shelter to those who are eager to learn about the benefits of wine, La Manchuela Wine Route, of great tourist and wine interest, goes into the countryside to project traditions, cultures, as well as the value of the people. People that refuse to overlook tenacity and quality of in winemaking work as a premise. This route stands as one of the most promising bids for tourists, but also for specialists in the world of wines.