Yecla
Located in the District of Highlands, northeast of Murcia (Spain), on a plateau surrounded by mountains. Recognized as Denomination of Origin since 1972, with winemaking tradition since the time of the Phoenicians to the time of Philip I, vineyards were developed by French traders in the S. Century, following the attack of phylloxera in France. ...
Located in the District of Highlands, northeast of Murcia (Spain), on a plateau surrounded by mountains. Recognized as Denomination of Origin since 1972, with winemaking tradition since the time of the Phoenicians to the time of Philip I, vineyards were developed by French traders in the S. Century, following the attack of phylloxera in France. The vineyard area reaches 6,900 hectares divided into two divisions: Yecla Campo Arriba and Yecla Campo Abajo, grown in a Mediterranean-influenced continental climate, with cold winters, hot summers and low rainfall, at an altitude of between 400 m and 800 m. Soils consist of limestone with deep soils and permeable. The most widely grown grape variety is Monastrell, with which produce mostly red wines, varietal or combined with a wide range of varieties: Garnacha, Tempranillo, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. The white wines are light and fruity with varieties Airen, Merseguera, Macabeo and Malvasia. They also make liqueur wines from Monastrell grape juice late harvest, unfermented, stabilized by the addition of alcohol.
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