Campo de Borja DO

Campo De Borja DO Wine Area Map
Campo De Borja DO Temperature, Rainfall and Sunshine

Since this area acquired DO status in 1980, it has been progressively acquiring an identity of its own.

Whilst most production continues to be red wines, the number of crianzas and reservas is steadily increasing, they produce white wines too. Today both red and rosé wines have won the respect of experts, and the intensely fruity, young reds are enjoying considerable commercial success.
 
The winegrowing heritage of the D.O. Campo de Borja is very rich in relation to Garnacha grapes; the oldest vineyards in the D.O. date back to 1890, and of the almost 4,000 hectares of this variety, more than 2,000 are between 30 and 50 years old. Levels of production are low, but highly appreciatted enologically, because of the complex structure and aroma they endow the wines.
 

Regulatory Council

Consejo Regulador DO Campo de Borja
Subida San Andrés, 6
50570 Ainzón
Zaragoza
Tel.: +34 976 852 122
vinos@docampodeborja.com
www.docampodeborja.com

Sources

Spanish Ministry of Agriculture

Regulatory Council, Campo de Borja PDO

 

Its wines are well-made, full-bodied and dense, with clear, fruity aromas.

Campo De Borja DO Consejo Regulador De La Denominacion De Origen
Campo De Borja DO Vineyards and Production
Vineyards
Area under vine

6,809.71 ha.

Altitude of vineyards

350 - 750 m.

Soil types

Brown clay, stony in terraces and limestone-ferrous.

Principal grapes (w)

Macabeo, Moscatel, Chardonnay, Garnacha Blanca, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdejo.

Principal grapes (r)

Garnacha Tinta, Tempranillo, Syrah, Mazuela, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot.

Production
Maximum crop

7,000 kg/ha red and 8,000 kg/ha white

Yield

70%

Production 2013

18,090,000 kg

Production 2014

29,804,000 kg

Production 2015

38,378,000 kg