The wines of C-LM "have gained wide acceptance among the American public
TOLEDO. The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, José Luis Martínez Guijarro, visited the stands of each of the 19 wineries in the region participating in the fair in Miami, where he noted that "the regional government's goal is to help each wineries participating in the fair business contacts. "
As reported by the Board in a statement, Pebble also noted that "the quality and affordability of our wines have made these wineries are players on the first day of the fair.
Among professionals and prescribers of opinion, the wines of Castilla-La Mancha wines have been recognized as a wonderful value, which in the current economic situation provides an opportunity to introduce our wines in the U.S. market.
A number of importers have participated and have established contacts with wineries present at this fair, which has been more than 3,500 people, representing 30 per cent more visitors than the previous edition.
In this context, the Minister established business contacts with wine importers and merchants to develop the campaign to promote the wines of Spain of Don Quijote in America.
Wine consumption in the U.S. has increased over the last ten years continuously at a rate of around 3 percent annually and in this sense, the amount of exports of wine from Castilla-La Mancha to the U.S. is more than 7 million euros, a figure that in less than ten years has risen by 700 percent.
As the director explained to the media, "These figures mean that we position ourselves as the eighth autonomous community in wine exports."
Guijarro Martinez was also present at the tasting of wines, by Charlie Arturaola, Florida sommelier, has been carried out throughout the day at the fair. A total of 20 wines from different appellations of origin were the real stars of the tasting, held for more than 60 professionals.
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