Bodegas Aragonesas´ vineyards are located in the foothills of the Iberian Mountain Range, in the northern part of the province of Zaragoza. All this area, which includes the foot of the Iberian Mountain Range and the high valley of the Ebro river, also shared by Navarra and La Rioja, is a privileged area for growing vineyards, both for the quality of the soil and its climate.
The Bodegas Aragonesas vineyards occupy an area of 3,500 hectares, with a height of between 450 and 500 metres and with a formation of small hills facing southeast. This area, cultivated by wine growers from Magallón and Fuendejalón, produces 12 million kilograms of grapes, with a predominance of the Garnacha variety. This is the best asset of Bodegas Aragonesas: this combination of plots makes up for something absolutely unique in terms of the age and quantity of vines put together under the same project.
The fermentations and aging are carried out in a large wine cellar with capacity for 1.5 million litres a year, 65% of the production of all the Denomination of Origin. This huge production is split into several different brands and projects like Coto de Hayas, Crucillón or Fagus, among others.