In Europe, Bodegas Aragonesas is considered a young and emergent wine cellar. At only 28 years old, Bodegas Aragonesas has become the main wine cellar in the Campo de Borja appelation, with its output representing approximately 60% of the total output of the appelation.

The Campo de Borja region in Aragon is one with a long, historical tradition.  Winemaking here goes back to the 12th century when the Cistercian Monks of the Veruela Monastery began to cultivate vines and make wine.

The Campo de Borja region is located south-east of La Rioja and Navarra but shares the similar climate and range of soil types that have made these regions famous around the world – notably hot, sunny climate with moderate rains and deep limestone soils that provide an excellent base for the vineyards.

Coto de Hayas Wines: 

2011 Blanco Fermentado (OUT OF STOCK)

2012 Solo Tiolico (Dry Moscatel - White)

2012 Garnacha Syrah (Tinto Joven) 

2010 Crianza

2011 Crianza

2012 Tempranillo Cabernet - Roble

2008 Reserva (OUT OF STOCK)

2005 Gran Reserva

2011 Garnacha Centenaria


Other Bodegas Aragonesas Wines: 

2012 Don Ramon Gold Medal

2010 Castillo de Fuendejalon

2009 Aragonia

2009 Fagus

2008 Fagus Magnum

2004 Oxia

2002 Oxia Magnum

2007 Galiano


Awards and Accolades: 

2011 Tempranillo Cabernet Roble

4 ½ Stars and “Excellent Value” - Cameron Douglas MS



2011 Garnacha Centenaria

91/100 and Best Buy - Wine Spectator

Gold - Grenaches du Monde 2013


2009 Fagus

92/100 - Guida Penin

90/100 - Guida Repsol

4 ½ Stars - Cameron Douglas MS