Dehesa De Luna Winery, Located in Castilla La Mancha
Dehesa De Luna, is a biodiverse farm area surrounded by forest in the region of Castilla La Mancha. This subregion is home to several different bird species including bustards, red partridges, kites, and imperial eagles. There is a great appreciation for these migratory birds, and all their wine labels have birds featured on them. Dehesa De Luna Winery has eighty-three hectares of land present for vine cultivation. There is plenty of respect for the natural landscape, and all the vines are located around the old oak fields. The oaks are older than the winery, and no harm is done to them. Dehesa De Luna aims to make high-quality wines and to protect the environment and land.
In every step of the winemaking process, Dehesa De Luna Winery is finding new ways to innovate, as they promote environmental conservation through their wines.
The Winery Follows Ecological and Organic Methods for Producing Wine
Dehesa De Luna Winery follows ecological and organic methods to produce all of their wines. Moreover, there are green roofs over the vineyards to protect the soil from erosion, this also helps in increasing the fertility of the land naturally. Extra precautions are taken during irrigation so that no water goes to waste. Dehesa De Luna Winery also makes use of solar energy to protect its natural resources. You can find innovations in every step, and they promote environmental conservation to the maximum.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha Blanca, Petit Verdot, and Tempranillo
The vines grown at Dehesa De Luna Winery achieve excellent quality. The winery produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha Blanca, Garnacha Tintorera, Graciano, Petit Verdot, Syrah, Tempranillo, and Viognier for their wines. These grapes go into producing their famous red, white, and rosé wines. We invite you to taste the superb wines and appreciate the migratory birds of the reigon when you visit Dehesa De Luna Winery.