Love Not War Regions
Castilla La Mancha, Spain
Castilla la Mancha, the setting of Miguel de Cervantes’ novel 'Don Quixote', is the spiritual heart of Spain. The rugged plains are dotted with windmills, olive groves and historic cities. The region’s famed cuisine is highlighted by Manchego cheese and full-bodied wines. This Tempranillo is a textbook example of what the region is famous for.
Romagna is the regional DOC title for the Romagna province – the eastern half of Emilia-Romagna located in North Eastern Italy. It specialises in wines made from Trebbiano and Sangiovese grape varieties. Sangiovese is by far the most important of the five varieties here, in terms of both quality and quantity. The DOC's Sangiovese wines come in both superiore and riserva forms.
Not really needing much of an introduction, the wine growing state of South Australia is vast, wide and varied with an array of geological and climate differences. The fruit for the Love not War wine comes from a mixture of the inland Monash Valley and the coastal McLaren Vale.