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Aragón

The land of diversity, rich history and a grand variety of wines, Spain’s northeastern region of Aragón is unique to say the least. The area encompasses the vast region between the Pyrenees along the French border and the Iberian Plateau, therefore the climatic differences perpetuate the production of various grape varieties and styles. Perched along the center of the Erbo River, the region ranges from cool, mountainous landscapes to green rolling hills and to the parched warmer plains at lower elevations. Due the variance in climates and landscapes, Aragón is home to four separate DOs: Somontano, Cariñena, Campo de Borja, and Calatayud. Somontano, meaning “at the foot of the mountains” lies at the start of the Pyrenees, and makes many whites, reds and rosés. Named after the region’s most popular grape, Cariñena is known for their juicy rosés, but also their sweet Moscatels. Campo de Borja on the other hand is dominated by Garnacha plantings and produces intense and full-bodies wines from old vines. The Calatayud DO is another big producer of Garnacha wines, the best are Calatayud Superiors which are cultivated by 50-year-old vines or older – these wines are elegant and powerful. ...

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