Spain - Campo de Borja
The Campo de Borja region from which Bodegas Borsao hails is situated directly below the more well known wine regions of Rioja and Navarra. Often described as “Spain’s Empire of Grenache”, the region excels with wines of this variety and offers a wonderful – and competitive – alternative to the wines of the Rhone Valley which also specialise in the same grape.
The Borsao winery has its origins with the formation of the Cooperative of Borja founded in 1958 and then in 2001 merged with two other cooperatives in the region to form the Bodega as it is today.
Bodegas Borsao have already carved out an enviable reputation of producing very good quality wines at very affordable prices. As the Wine Advocate’s Jay Miller writes “Bodegas Borsao has long been known for high quality value-priced wines and the current releases are no exception”.
The flagship Bordegas Borsao Tres Picos has consistently scored 90 points or more in Robert Parker Jnr’s Wine Advocate for the last 6 vintages with the currently available 2008 vintage scoring 91/100.
"Bodegas Borsao has long been known for high quality value-priced wines and the current releases are no exception". Jay Miller, The Wine Advocate.
|Stock code||Description||Vintage||Volume||Pack size||Closure type|
|720017017||Borsao Tocado||2017||750ml||12||Screw Cap|
|720011017||Borsao Garnacha (Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon & Tempranillo)||2017||750ml||12||Screw Cap|
|720025016||Borsao Monte Oton||2016||750ml||12||Screw Cap|
|720012017||Borsao Seleccion Tinto||2017||750ml||6||Screw Cap|
|720016016||Borsao Tres Picos Garnacha (Grenache)||2016||750ml||6||Cork|