Corona de Aragón

Between the 12th and 18th centuries, the Corona de Aragón (Crown of Aragon) spanned territories from the east of Spain to the south of Greece, quintessential areas steeped in wine-producing prestige and culture, among which Cariñena played a prominent role.
All this tradition and know-how is present today in a brand of premium quality wines, in zones at more than 500 metres altitude and with vineyards over 40 years old, combining indigenous varieties with international ones, in homage to one of the greatest Kingdoms in history.