Campo de Borja Wine

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This Aragonian region, rich in history, gets its name from one of the country’s richest clans, the Borjas, related to Italy’s Borgia family, who had religious supremacy and huge influence on Europe throughout the Renaissance. But nowadays it is lauded for its wine and is often referred to by locals as “El Imperio de la Garnacha” (The Empire of Garnacha) for producing Aragon’s best examples of the grape. 
The grape-growing area ranges from high altitudes in the slopes of the Sierra de Moncayo mountains to parts with lower slopes and plains. Grapes grown in the lower elevations in the Ebro River valley get quite a bit of hot sun, tend to ripen early and produce powerful and extracted wines, though some can be quite alcoholic. The higher the altitude, the more focused, complex and balanced the wine tends to be, thanks to the “cierzo” wind that cools temperatures down and ensures much lower alcohol levels in the grapes, which are allowed Read more »

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Macabeo

    Macabeo is Spain’s most widely planted grape. From there, it has made its way to southern France’s Roussillon region,...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Tempranillo

    History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Grenache

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  • Borsao Tres Picos Campo de Borja 2011


    A Lot 18 selection. Deep opaque Ruby/Purple. Opens with Roasted Plum & Cherry, with oak, cola, and a bit of planting soil.Swirl it around and more jam, oak, and bits off leather. Medium tannins and acidity with a long finish of plum, oak, cherry, cola, and a bit of mocha. Quite balanced, easy drinking - outstanding and even better with food. Ter... Read More

    Wine review by puhnner

  • Bodegas Aragonesas Don Ramon 2012


    Decent Read More

    Wine review by calywa

  • Borsao Tres Picos Campo de Borja 2011


    No written review

    Wine review by LetUsTaste

  • Tres Picos /11 Garnacha 2010


    For me this was a very drinkable wine. Rich red color and light on tannins. Had some blackberry and raspberry notes. I didn't pick up the ashy notes others mentioned, but that could be because I was smoking a cigar with the wine. All in all I would drink this wine again. Read More

    Wine review by zmapman

  • Solo Centifolia 2013


    Best rosé of Spain Read More

    Wine review by spwein

  • Bodegas Borsao Grenache Blend Campo de Borja Berola 2009


    No written review

    Wine review by Nathan P

  • Bodegas Borsao Grenache Blend Campo de Borja Berola 2009


    Tangy not in a good way. Too light for food. Read More

    Wine review by kissingcrimson

  • Borsao Garnacha Campo de Borja 2012


    Licorice, violets, and plummy fruit come together on the nose with a touch of strawberry jam adding some detail. Theres plenty of acid here that doesnt feel natural in the mouth. This is tart and then round with jammy strawberry fruit and powdery tannins. Raw and rustic in the mouth, this tastes industrial and harsh. Extracted tannins grab the ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Coto de Hayas Garnacha Centenaria 2011


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    Wine review by kissingcrimson

  • Hey edwilly - haven't seen you around for a while. I know you know this, ... places like Zaragoza - e.g. Campo de Borja and Catalayud, you can find pretty good examples. These days, Gigondas is what CdP used to be and that's what Hermitage used to be, so the Rhone, particularly the S. Rhone, is getting really expensive for what you get. I'm dr... Read More

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