This week, the government of Casitilla-La Mancha issued a decree that will ban grapes with an alcohol content of less than 9 degrees from entering the winery for winemaking, an exceptional measure taken before the harvest to guarantee the quality of the wine and reduce the pressure of excess stocks in the winery.
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The order was announced in Ciudad Real by the Minister of Agriculture, Francisco Martínez Arroyo, and under the auspices of the Governor of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García Page, work will be carried out on the reconstruction of the Surgeon"s Road, which will connect the four towns of Ciudad Real, exclusively for the farmers of the region The road will connect the four towns of Ciudad Real, exclusively for the farmers of the region, so that they can drive between the four towns.
The Minister of Agriculture of Castilla-La Mancha has a positive attitude towards the entire wine industry, and especially towards the winegrowers. The road has a total length of 15 kilometers and a total investment of 235,000 euros, with the assistance of the City Council of Real, 50% of which was provided by the Ministry of Agriculture with the municipal government, just to allow the winegrowers to do their work in the most perfect condition.