Bodegas Aragonesas, in the Spanish Aragón region, was founded in 1984. However, this region’s wine growing tradition – in particular its cultivation of the famous Garnacha varietal – can be traced back much further. The Garnacha grape variety was already being cultivated here by Sistine monks from the Verula monastery as early as 1145.
Today the vineyards of the Aragon wineries cover an area of 3700 hectares. Along with the Garnacha, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Mazuela, Chardonnay, Macabeo and Muscat grapes are also grown in this primarily red, stony soil. Some of the vines that grow here are over 100 years old.
More information about Bodegas Aragonesas
|Company Name:||Bodegas Aragonesas|
|Street:||Ctra. Magallón s/n|
|City:||50529 Fuendejalón (Zaragoza)|
|Contact & Web|
|Telephone:||+34 976 862 153|
|Year of Incorporation:||1984|