Wine Interpretation Center

Wine Interpretation Center


The Wine Interpretation Center is located at the DO headquarters of La Mancha. Its facilities are divided into three floors. They have a tasting room with a capacity for 24 people.

In the Museum, we can enjoy a tour through the history of bottled wine with Denomination of Origin from its creation to the present day, with more than 1,000 bottles from the 70s, 80s and 90s, complemented by another 500 current items. You will find models representing an old wine cellar versus a modern one.

One of the most outstanding places is the traditional patio of La Mancha, which houses a small exhibition of old presses, clay jars, shredders, manual pumps and even a collection of pre-1960 photographs showing work in the wineries and vineyards of La Mancha.

We find a traditional kitchen on the upper floor, with old farm implements still hanging on the walls. At the Wine Interpretation Centre, you can learn about sensory perception and due to its interactive approach through sight, smell and taste, as well as other games about wine, it is very entertaining for visitors.


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Due to its geographical position, Alcázar de San Juan is the centre of the plains of La Mancha. A meeting point of peoples and cultures that make it a modern city where the spirit of Don Quixote is still alive.

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