Bodegas Borsao is really a co-operative of of co-operatives! Established in 2001, it is a collection of the three of the most progressive co-operative cellars in the Campo de Borja wine-growing region. Grapes come from 620 member growers covering 2,500 hectares, nearly a third of the regions total. The Denominacion de Origen of Campo de Borja is located in the north west of the Zaragoza province of Aragon, Spain. It is located between the Ebro Valley and the Iberian system of moutain ranges. The whole region is dominated by the Moncayo mountain which gives the area it own microclimate. The vineyards lie in the foothills of the Moncayao mountain and the region is characterised by having an arid climate with hot, dry days and cool nights conditions in which Garnacha thrives.
Borsao Garnacha is actually a blend of Garnacha 85%, Cabernet Sauvignon 10%, Tempranillo 5%.