The regional government and the wine-making regulators Boards of Appellations of Origin of Castilla-La Mancha drive the Regional Association of wine ACREVIN to be stronger in the markets.
The Minister of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development of Castilla-La Mancha, Francisco Martínez Arroyo, has highlighted “the need to be stronger in the markets” and to this end, has argued that “we need to be united and denominations source of quality figures are our best calling card to the world, to consumers and, in particular, this must be so in the wine sector.”
Francisco Martínez Arroyo has expressed his satisfaction after the step they have taken members of the Regulatory Councils Viticultural Appellations of Origin of Castilla-La Mancha to become a regional association, ACREVIN (Association of Regulatory Wine-making Boards).
Thus the regional government’s commitment to the wine sector at the close of the Assembly of Appellations of Origin of Castilla-La Mancha is established. “From the Department of Agriculture, we will help appellations of origin in this process and we will work so that this group can go to international fairs under one umbrella and put on the market a wine that is recognized as wine Castilla-La Mancha, “said the counselor.
In this regard, the Minister has highlighted “the need to be stronger in the markets” and to this end, has argued that “we need to be united and designations of origin of quality figures are our best calling card to the world, to consumers and, in particular, this must be so in the wine sector. ”
In addition, the owner of Agriculture has announced that this work wants to do “extensive” all figures quality of the food sector in the region, “so that the products of Castilla-La Mancha in the markets are recognized through a brand or an indication “and insisted that” we are taking today a small step, with the wine industry, from this germ that is this association, but we want to continue working in the future and we will do it hand in hand with the designations of origin and throughout the food industry in the region. ”
Meanwhile, the chairman of the Regulatory Council of the O.D. La Mancha, Gregorio Martín Zarco, expressed his appreciation to the regional government “for having placed the responsibility on the nine designations of origin for prestige wines with the efforts of the union of all” and offer the possibility of “a space nine common quality references to participate in national and international wine fairs.”
Viticultural Association of Regulatory Boards
From now on, the Association and the Ministry will work in the statutes “to promote the common interests of Appellations of Wine-making Origin of Castilla-La Mancha, extolling the richness of its production areas and promoting moderate consumption varied and fine wines are produced in them, “he stated the director. In addition, Martinez Arroyo said that “at all times seek to publicize the culture of wine. The Association will promote all initiatives tend to promote greater esteem and Castilian-La Mancha wines with Designation of Origin and maintain relations with other regional, national and foreign institutions having similar purposes. ”
The aim is that the nine denominations of origin are integrated: La Mancha, Valdepeñas, Manchuela, Ribera del Júcar, Méntrida, Mondejar, Ucles, Almansa and Jumilla.
Source: Ministry of Agriculture of Castilla-La Mancha