Bodegas Borsao

History

The first written records about winemaking in our region date back to 1203 and were founded in the Monastery of Veruela. The monks had an essential role in the development of vinegrowing and winemaking in the region. In the 19th century, private wineries in the foothills surrounding Veruela began to emerge and in the 1950´s economic difficulties pushed small producers to join their forces and six co-operatives emerge, which nowadays comprise most of the D.O. Bodega Borsao is situated in Borja, in the Northwest of the province of Zaragoza, considered to be a sub-unit with its own characteristics within the region of Moncayo, in the occidental sector of the province. Bodegas Borsao, has been the origin and engine of the D.O. “Campo de Borja”, in Aragón, north-eastern Spain or the wellknown “Empire of Garnacha”. Bodegas Borsao is an internationally recognized wine producer and one of the world´s leading Garnacha producers.

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Tres Picos

Tres Picos

D.O. Campo de Borja Grapes: Garnacha. Wine-making: Mountain vineyards with an age of 35 to 60...

Zarihs

Zarihs

D.O. Campo de Borja Grapes: Syrah. Wine-making: Syrah was planted over 16 years ago in the...

Crianza

Crianza

D.O. Campo de Borja Grapes: Garnacha, Syrah and Tempranillo. Wine-making: Separate fermentation of...

Blanco Selección

Blanco Selección

D.O. Campo de Borja Grapes: Macabeo and Chardonnay. Wine-making: Hand selected bunches of Macabeo...

Tinto Selección

Tinto Selección

D.O. Campo de Borja Grapes: Garnacha, Tempranillo and Syrah. Wine-making: Pellicular maceration...