For 3 litres (equivalent to four bottles) of top-quality Spanish wine, look no further than this white from La Mancha. The organic Spanish estate produces a balanced vintage using Airen and Tempranillo grapes, and you'll love the clean flavours of this white wine. It's a crisp white with a rich palate, and you get plenty of banana flavour to balance out the apple. With a fresh fruit finish and a strong presence of lime, it's a great wine to enjoy anywhere and at any time. Don't let the bag or the box fool you: it's quality wine at great value! Bag in box wines keep for weeks once opened, so they are a great option if you only want the occasional glass, without committing to opening a whole bottle.
The story of Bodegas Latué started back in 1954 at which time it was known as the San Isidro Cooperative. The winery is located in Villanueva de Alcardete in La Mancha, central Spain.The 130 grower members were determined to produce wines of true commercial worth. They demonstrated their commitment by focusing attention on the vineyards. Quality was to be the byword. Organics too became key. Between 1954 and 2007 the membership expanded significantly to 600 growers. Quality and market relevance increased to such an extent that exports rapidly became their prime source of income. In 2007 the name Bodegas Latué was created and added to the business profile. The 600 growers cultivate 6200 hectares of vines, a significant percentage being cultivated organically. Winemaking rests in the experienced, capable hands of Jorge Pradillo.
La Mancha’s natural environment provides the perfect conditions for wine growing - a regular continental Mediterranean climate, with warm summers, cold winters and low rainfall. Soils are clay-limestone. Using modern winemaking technology Latué ensures that the quality organic grapes are transformed into the best possible finished wine - wine that reflects its precise origins, whilst offering an authentic expression of the grape varieties themselves.