The word Almansa corresponds to the denomination (DO) of Spanish origin, famous for the production of red wines, renowned and sought after by connoisseurs and wine lovers all over the world . The vines of Almansa are located in the southeastern area of Albacete more precisely in Castile-La Manchanella. The vineyards are washed by the Mediterranean Sea and are located near the cities of Almansa, Bonete, Alpera, Higueruela, Corral-Rubio, Pétrola, Hoya-Gonzalo and Villar de Chinchilla . The vines of the area enjoy a continental climate with long hot summer periods and harsh winters. The rains are very rare, it rains about 350 mm per year and this sporadicity causes very often in spring and autumn, violent storms and hail. Temperatures are very variable, with a climatic oscillation ranging from 38 ° C in summer to -6 ° C in winter. The vineyards extend for the most part on land in the plains with a maximum altitude between 700 and 1000 meters above sea level, are characterized by a permeable limestone geology and low in nutrients. The wine that is most produced from the vines of Almansa is red: Cencibel (Tempranillo), Monastrell, < b> Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Garnacha Tintorera, White Syrah are just some of the best known and most renowned qualities. There is also abundant production of Chardonnay, Verdejo, Sauvignon blanc and Garnacha Tintorera, very famous wines that satisfy both the finest palates that the tastes of tourists. These are the most common varieties in the area, but Cencibel (Tempranillo) accounts for only 15% of production.