At the end of the eighteenth century the counts of Toledo decided to build a French style winery. After a long search for a site, its architects chose Finca Loranque, surrounded by land, which according to archival sources had already been in use as vineyards in the eleventh century. For several generations Garnacha wines were made at this finca, which had been built in such a way that - even at this early date - it was possible to impose a degree of temperature control. The current owner also chooses to maintain these traditions, even if he uses different grape varieties in combination with the most modern of winemaking techniques. Pablo Eguzkiza, one of Spain's leading oenologists, was appointed for this purpose. In 2002, after many years of research and development (and testing and tasting), the new Finca Loranque produced its exquisite first vintage, a valuable contribution to the new Spanish wine landscape.
Tierra de Castilla: Castilla is a geographical designation for Vino de la Tierra wines made in the autonomous region of Castilla La Mancha. Vino de la Tierra is a denomination that (theoretically) lies on the tier beneath the D.O.s on the quality scale of Spanish wines.
However, Finca Loranque demonstrates with bravura that some truly exquisite products can be created, even within the framework of Vino de la Tierra wines.
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