Founded in 1958 in the town of Borja, called Bursao in the 4th century B.C., this winery represents what can be done with Garnacha, a grape that is not well appreciated by the Spanish press. Through meticulous selection work in the fields and at reception time in the winery, modern winemaking produce these highly fruity wines. They are best examples of the region known as "The Garnacha land of Spain”, the lower part of the Ebro River. The winery is in the province of Zaragoza, between the Ebro River and the Moncayo mountain range. They own 3,600 acres of vineyards, at an average altitude of 1,350 ft. above sea level. The climate is continental, with very dry and hot summers, and very cold winters. There are frequent late frosts and storms. The fog from the Ebro River brings additional humidity.