- Wine Making (Spanish)
- Vineyard (Spanish)
- Wine Type
- 10 meses
- 15,5 %
Adventurous and entrepreneurial spirit is the standard of Bodegas Borsao, and perhaps for this reason and for its Roman and Celtic reminiscences, adopts as stamp celtíbero rider armed with a spear, riding Bursao, ancient city of Borja.
Bodegas Borsao has a rich history from its beginnings as a cooperative in 1958 to the present, the result of the combination of three of the most important cooperatives had on young appellation Campo de Borja in 2001.
Varieties and Flavours
Bodegas Borsao covers 2,430 acres of about 620 growers northwest of the province of Zaragoza, of which, 71% Garnacha is the prevailing choice for excellence in the area.
The characteristic microclimates (due to the omnipresence of the Moncayo Massif) and soils of the area, enrich the nuances of the wine heritage of garnachas of this land and allows Campo de Borja be known as "The Empire of Garnacha ".
Development and Aging
The winemaking Winery Borsao begins in the vineyard itself with an adequate harvest calendar based on the optimum ripeness of the different varieties.
Five hundred thousand BTUs are responsible for controlling the fermentation temperature of our musts so that during the process not the characteristics of the grape origin is lost.
Strict and rigorous controls during maceration of the must transform these fine wines.
The crianza and reserva wines are formed in the 1200 Bordeaux barrels of American and French oak. Next, these wines mature with their stay in the bottle for 16 months in the case of breeding or twenty months for the reservation.