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This relatively large region (about 18,000 acres—large by most world standards) but one that has only a handful of producers. Like the rest of the Meseta, this is elevated property (nearly 2,500 feet) and enjoys fairly uniform soils of limestone and clay, though the Mediterranean’s influence is felt here a bit more than in the rest of the DOs. Some consider Almansa wine part of the Levante, and though its winters are less harsh than its neighbors on the tabletop, its climate and morphology share more in common with the rest of the Meseta.

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