Miguel Esteban is a town of 5,243 inhabitants (2014) located in the Autonomous Community of Castilla La Mancha dedicated primarily to agriculture where the cultivation of the vine has been, and is the dos important sector for the economy integrating it with with the “Spanish Association of Wine Cities”.

With an area of 93 square kilometres, weather and topography typical of La Mancha, Miguel Esteban has established itself as an ideal place for growing grapes. Sparse vegetation, the long, cold winter and hot summers allow cultivating rich fruits with highly balanced sugars in acids.

Miguel Esteban is one of the villages that make up the scenic drive “Complex Lagunar”, a declared Biosphere Reserve.

Beautiful Sunrise over a vineyard