House Gualda has wines of Castilla la Mancha, Spain wines, luxury for sale for consumption on presentation of invoice curious, striking design VALTOJO wine bottles in red and white mode, is a tribute to solid rustic bottles that were widely used in the Spain of the 40's, that way the consumer moves an image of a tough wine with lots of character and very Spanish. We consider it correct that assessment of sensitivities as a product of the earth, the result of the work of weather-beaten men of mighty Castilla la Mancha time deserves a trait of manhood that derives from the work of man, which does not prevent for final submission does not end in colorful packaging. Gualda House put on its website available to the user their Facebook social network designed and has the detail to show the most demanding one sheet with the properties of wine tasting, wines of Castilla la Mancha, Spain wines, valued by expert winemakers
Wines from Castilla la Mancha, Appellation of Origin.
In Spain we currently have a total of 62 appellations of origin. The mission of these is to regulate and control the quality of the wine in different geographical areas of Spain. In House Gualda we have wines from three appellations of origin: DO Ribera del J0xFAcar, DO La Mancha, and wines from Castilla.
The appellation of origin with the largest area of vineyards is Castilla La Mancha. On the other hand, having higher density planting in Spain is La Rioja Appellation of Origin.
Although most wine production is destined to red wine, 61.5 % of the vineyards are white grapes. The most common grape varieties for red wine are Tempranillo, Bobal, Garnacha (Grenache) and Monastrell. On the other hand, for white varieties are Airen, Macabeo, Palomino & Pedro Ximenez.
Growing grapes is third in Spain behind only cereals and olives. Note the high quality of the grapes that produce excellent wines.
15.5% of the vineyards in the world are in Spain, so it becomes ranking leader within surfaces by planting vineyards countries.
A third of the Spanish wine production is exported, and still rising. The main consumers of Spanish wines are England, Germany and USA. In addition, Spain is converted to export their luxury Spanish wines fifth largest exporter of wine to the U.S. only after Italy, Australia, France and Chile.
56.2 % of Spanish wines are rated as "quality wine" (VCPRD - "Quality Wine Produced in a Determined Region").
For all this, the wine industry is of vital importance to Spain, all the facts discussed above and image to the outside because of it.