To enjoy a few days of vacation, we recommend you to learn a bit more about our appellations! And what could be better than visit them?
This week, let´s visit Campo de Borja!
This route runs through the wine-producing area, Campo de Borja. It is located in the northwest of Zaragoza, Aragon. This land is known for two star products: wine and oil. Its geographical conditions give us these types of grapes: garnacha, cabernet, merlot and syrah.
The variety “Garnacha” reaches its entire splendor in Campo de Borja. Single varietal red wines that are enjoying great prestige around the world for its strong personality, quality and complexity.
Grape Variety “Garnacha”. Campo de Borja, Aragón, Spain.
If there is a nuance that defines wines from Campo de Borja is its unique balance of rich contrasts and the strong will to combine modernity and tradition. The results are intense wines, with crisp fruit flavors, energy and personality, as well as historical wine cellars combined with small family-run wine presses.
Do you want more? You have to visit the Wine Museum of Campo the Borja. It is situated in the Cistercian Monastery of Veruela, at the foot of Moncayo’s mountain range. It opened its doors in September 1994, and it is one of the pioneers in Spain and the first of its kind in the region of Aragón.
Wine Museum of Campo de Borja, Aragón, Spain.
Campo de Borja has been carried out a real technological revolution in recent years and a successful structuring of the vineyard. At the same time, internationally renowned winemakers have joined in the development of these wines.
Come and enjoy a delicious local gastronomy together with a guarantee of eight centuries of winemaking history! Let’s taste our Spanish Story Garnacha, D.O. Campo de Borja, in this singular region!
Sunset in the main city of the region, Zaragoza.