Campo de Borja is a highly promising Spanish DO wine region in the mildly hilly plains near the town of Borja in the North East of Spain. The wines are generally Red and full-flavoured if relatively high in alcohol. This relatively high alcohol is due to the high sugar ripeness caused by the intense sunshine. Campo de Borja is one of the most arid parts of the country and the, just under 7000 hectares of low-yielding bush-vine planted vineyards, consist largely of Garnacha vines. The red wines from this Region are often dry, intense, and heady and feel like they transport you to a wonderful land of sunshine and warmth (An always highly desirable trait when you are stuck in Dundee!) The Borsao Borja co-operative has been a huge influence on the revolutionising of the region since the early 2000s with their young, beautifully fruit forward wines. A multi award-winning Co-operative Borsao has developed a large following both in the UK and elsewhere and paved the way for a great future in this Denominacion de Origen.
Discover our Collection of Wines from Campo de Borja
Discover our small yet perfectly formed collection of wines from the region of Campo de Borja in Spain and please don't forget, if you're looking for a particular wine, you can reach out to our team who'll be happy to help. Alternatively you can always explore our Wine Discovery Guide or Wine Collections for some inspiration