Castilla-\nLa Mancha

Spain enjoys a long tradition as a wine-producing country. Airén, Garnacha and Tempranillo are the main grape varieties are cultivated in the world’s largest wine-growing area, which measures 1.2 million hectares.

The high plain of Castilla-La Mancha is a very special territory which is characterised by extreme continental climate changes with cold winters, hot summers and little rain. The vine roots penetrate deep into the mineral soil, producing very special quality vines. The incessant wind in the region quickly dries the vines and keeps them healthy. Bodegas Rasgón, which is domiciled in this region, uses state-of-the-art viniculture technology and the very latest oenological findings to transform these excellent quality grapes into harmonious, fruity wines. The range of their flavours and colour intensity guarantee an extraordinary, full-bodied and carefree wine which is a pleasure to experience.

 Map of Castilla-La Mancha