Castile-La Mancha

Learn more about the history and culture of La Mancha. 


This month we have a series of events from supper clubs to tastings.


Supper Clubs: our supper clubs aim to highlight each region of Spain with the highest regard, celebrating the diversity of the country through in season produce and speciality dishes. Helping you to explore Spain, without the flight. Each month we are focusing on a different region throughout Brindisa.


Tickets cost £60pp and are available through the links below.



Tapas Brindisa Richmond: Wednesday 13th September, 7pm

Tapas Brindisa Battersea: Wednesday 20th September, 7pm


Ponce Wine Tasting

Biodynamic natural wine at its finest from vines that are between 30 to 90 years old.

Tapas Brindisa Battersea Tickets: Tuesday 12th September, 6pm – 7pm

Manchego Cheese Tastings

If you love this cheese as much as we do, this is your one and only chance to expand your knowledge.

Tapas Brindisa South Kensington Tickets: Tuesday 26th September, 6pm – 7pm 


Home of sunflowers, Manchego cheese and Don Quixote’s windmills, New Castile, or Castilla La Mancha as Spaniards call it, is the huge inland region just south of Madrid.

It encompasses five provinces: Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara and Toledo.


Castilla La Mancha is perhaps the most sparsely-populated region of Spain, and offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the Spain that existed long before overseas visitors first descended on the costas. A vast plateau, its landscape is dotted with crumbling castles, working windmills and large lagoons.


Although the region is quite famous for its agricultural products and excellent wines, visitors are mainly drawn to the area by the wealth of its architectural heritage.



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