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Las Almenas: the crowned castle towers that stood tall and defiant against the enemy during the Spanish reconquest that started in the 700s and ended in 1492 with the fall of the Granada caliphate and the unification of Spain. Almena (Bastion in English) is a symbol of perseverance, conviction and victory against adversity.

Made with grapes never treated with pesticides, fertilizers or any other chemical products. Golden pale in color withpleasant tropical fruit aromasof apple and pear that cometogether with a touch of ginger,tarragon and elegant mineralnotes. Fresh, persistent andunctuous.


PRODUCER: DBL / Bodegas Mureda
LOCATION: Ciudad Real, Castilla La Mancha
APPELLATION: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla
VARIETALS: Chardonnay
ALCOHOL: 13.5%

Made with grapes never treated with pesticides,fertilizers or any other chemical products.Golden pale in color with pleasant tropical fruitaromas of apple and pear that come togetherwith a touch of ginger, tarragon and elegantmineral notes. Fresh, persistent, unctuous andvery fruity. Unbeatable Chardonnay at this pricepoint. Ideal to pair with poultry, hearty saladsand fish, such as salmon, tuna or tilapia.

PRODUCTION: 30,000 bottles



Mureda is a family-owned winery boasting the largest organic vineyard surface in the world with over 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) planted. As an official organic wine grower, Mureda's vines are not exposed to any chemical pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers, which yields clean and healthy wines. Bodegas Mureda is located in between the towns of Manzanares y Valdepeñas in the province of Ciudad Real. Mureda produces fresh, crisp fruit- driven whites using Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes from their highest altitude vineyards. The reds are mainly oak-aged single varietal reds that include Tempranillo, Merlot,  Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.


Located in central Spain, the land of Don Quixote fame is the largest delimited wine region not only in Spain, but in the whole of Europe. Winemaking is thought to have originated here in Roman times, and was certainly widespread during medieval times. La Mancha has an extreme continental climate. Summer daytime temperatures regularly exceed 104F (40C), but drop dramatically as darkness falls. Winters are cold, with sub-zero temperatures and frequent frosts. These dramatic climatic variations, along with low annual rainfall (on average 14in/350mm) favor the stress of the vineyard in the final stage of ripening, yielding wines of great quality with the right winemaking techniques and careful grape selection. 

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