An aromatic expression of grass, fennel, and white flowers, with white pepper in the background. Crispy, fruity, and mineral attack, with lovely notes of white flowers, spices, good acidity and lovely notes of herbs in the finish.
Castilla-La Mancha wine region sits on the central Iberian Plateau of Spain. This area around the city of Madrid has an average elevation of 700m above sea level. Here climate characteristics are very harsh, which explain why vines are spaced and grown close to the ground. Airen grapes were long thrived to produce Brandy.
Extreme continental climate
The soils in Castilla-La Mancha are very homogenous throughout the region and tends to be flat. This wine region represents a vast expanse - the central Iberian plateau. The soils are based on red sandy clay, rich in limestone and chalk, but poor in organic material. The best vineyards are those with the highest limestone and chalk content in the sub-soil.