Ana Isabel Fernndez, Director General of Tourism, Commerce and Crafts of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha, met for the first time with the mayor and municipal representatives of the Monte Ibrico-Corredor de Almansa corridor, where representatives of the Almansa wine region called for the creation of a wine route. The representatives of the Almansa wine region called for the creation of a wine route.
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The Wine Route aims to integrate existing and potential tourism resources and services within the region under the same theme, in order to create a destination that highlights the characteristics of the region, while promoting joint marketing throughout the region. Thus, the project is coordinated by a common project, linking the various places of the Wine Route. After the submission of the project, it will be certified by the Spanish Association of Wine Cities (ACEVIN), through the participation in the corporate training and selection process, before being allowed to be included in the Spanish Wine Route.
The project is still in its initial stages and the cities along the route are to be finalized. The government of the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León will grant an initial subsidy of 12,000 euros in 2021 to the regions that will join the wine route.