Jumilla is a name of Spanish origin, which was created in 1961. Jumilla comprises six municipalities Albacete (Albatana, Fuente-Álamo, Hellín, Montealegre del Castillo, Ontur and Tobarra) and Murcia, Jumilla, which is the headquarters of the Regulatory Council of the Denomination of Origin of Jumilla.
Other varieties are the Garnacha, the Garnacha Tintorera and the Cencibel, which are used to make rosé, cherry red color, with very vivid fruity aromas, full and fresh in the mouth. Recently, the Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo varieties have also been accepted. The white wines are made with the Airén, Pedro Ximénez or Macabeo varieties and receive straw yellow gold wines with vivid, fruity and fragrant aromas that are round on the palate.