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See detail of Ribera del Júcar D.O. / D.O.P.


Nº of hectares under vine: 6.700 - Nº of vine growers: 850 - Nº of wineries: 8- Harvest 21: Very Good - Production 21: 700.000 liters - Marketing: 30% Domestic - 70% International.


The seven producing municipalities that make up the DO are located in the riverside area of the Júcar, in the south of the province of Cuenca. They are: Casas de Benítez, Casas de Guijarro, Casas de Haro, Casas de Fernando Alonso, Pozoamargo, Sisante and El Picazo. The area has an average altitude between 650-750 meters above sea level.


Dry continental type, with very cold winters and very hot summers. The main quality factor of the area lies in the thermal differences between day and night, which is recorded during the grape ripening period and allows this process to take place slowly.


The most common pattern in the area is formed by pebbles on the surface and clay in the subsoil, which provides good water retention in the lower levels.


Reds: cencibel or tempranillo, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, syrah, petit verdot, cabernet franc and bobal.
Whites: Muscatel de grano menudo and Sauvignon Blanc.


Intense cherry color with a violet rim when young, they resemble the wines from the peripheral areas of La Mancha, characterized by a lesser rusticity. On the nose, notes of red fruit and earthy touches stand out. In the mouth they are expressive and with tasty and lively tannins; fresh acidity and varietal memories of the main grape, the cencibel.
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