Explore The Best Wineries in Aragón

Situated in the northeast of Spain the Aragón wine region extends from the Pyrenees Mountains to the central Iberian Peninsula. The region is under the influence of a climatic variation, leading to a range of different grape varieties. Calatayud and Carinena are two of the most appreciated wine appellations of the region. Wineries in Aragón invite visitors from all over the world to taste their wines and tour around their cellars. You can visit various wineries around Zaragoza, Teruel, and Alquezar.

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Aragón?

At WineTourism.com, we provide a wide selection of wine tastings and tours in Aragón together with our local partner wineries. Below you will find a list of wine tastings and tours in Aragón with a direct booking option and a map of the region with the exact location of each winery. Choose your favorite wine tasting and tour in Aragón, let us know and we will guarantee memorable experiences.

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Bodegas Y Viñedos Del Jalón, one of our partner wineries in Aragón

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BODEGA HACIENDA MOLLEDA, highest estate in the Apellation of Origin

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Ctra A220 Km29.6, Tosos, Zaragoza, 50154, Spain

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Plaza Mayor 7, 22417 Cofita, Huesca, España, Plaza Mayor 7, 22417, Huesca, Spain

Discover the winery that consists of steel tanks of capacity ranging from 5000 to 60000 liters.

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Avd. Mudejar, 61, Maluenda, Zaragoza, 50340, Spain

The region famous for wine for more than 2000 years

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Grandes Vinos, Ctra. Valencia, Cariñena, Espagne

Map of Agarón Wineries

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How to Reach Wineries in Aragón

Wineries in Aragón are easily accessible by different means of transportation. 

One of the major airports in the Capital city of Aragón is Zaragoza Airport which is about 10km from the city center. Zaragoza has many regular, low budgets airlines such as Ryanair and Wizzair. Ryanair mainly flies across Europe, including London-Stansted, Bergamo, Beauvais, and Charleroi, while Wizzair and several other airlines focus on Romania. You might find it convenient to fly to Madrid or Barcelona airports, from where you can reach Zaragoza in less than 3 hours. You can go to nearby airports – Reus Air Base, Bilbao Airport, and Lleida-Alguaire Airport to reach different wineries in Aragón.

You can easily travel along the highways of Aragon without worrying about the hectic traffics. The capital city of Zaragoza is well connected with many big cities of Europe. You can reach Huesca in 1 hour and Madrid in 3 hours. Toll highway is connected with Barcelona, Pamplona, and Bilbao from where you can reach different wineries in Aragon.

Aragon is served by the high-speed train AVE that reaches Madrid in approximately 1hr 30 min, and Barcelona in about 1hr 45min. There are 19 trains that head towards Madrid and 12 for Barcelona each day. They have a bit expensive fares, but if you are looking for cheaper trains, you can use Regional Express. If you want to reach other cities like Huesca, Teruel, Pamplona, Logroño, Bilbao, or Valencia, there are a few daily conventional trains as well.

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Aragón.

The landscapes and climate of Aragón are very different from one DO to another, making each terroir unique. Thus, if you are planning to visit wineries in Aragón, you can visit during the spring, summer, or autumn season. Due to the unpredictable climate here, you might have to carry one of your fancy umbrellas, especially during the spring season. If you want to include extraordinary activities like Skiing, you can plan your trip somewhere around January to March. The Spanish Pyrenees looks beautiful during winter, so you can also keep this as an option.

Both modern, as well as traditional wineries in Aragón produce quality wine with more complexity, balance, and finesse.

Here you will find:

– Wineries with a long history and traditions;
– Traditional family-run wineries;
– Amazing wineries near the foot of the mountains;
– Many wineries following organic farming.

Visiting different wineries in Aragon will open the diversity of winemaking techniques, philosophies, history, and cultural aspects.

Modern along with traditional wineries in Aragón have adopted innovative facilities for excellent wine tasting experiences. Wineries in Aragón have interesting wine tasting and vineyard tour experiences for their visitors. Wineries allow you to tour around the cellar or vineyard with a fabulous glass of Aragan wine. For more information, you can have a look at our list of wine tastings and tours in Aragón. In Aragón, there are many wine and gourmet shops with fancy restaurants offering local wines and tapas.

One of the most prominent red grape varieties of Aragón is Grenache.

Some of the grape varieties produced in Aragón are

– Grenache
– Tempranillo
– Chardonnay
– Cariñena
– Chardonnay;
– Cabernet Sauvignon
– Viura

Aragón exhibits a diverse range of grape-growing climates creating extremely versatile styles of wines.

Large cooperatives produce red wines mainly from Grenache (Garnacha). Other grape varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Moristel, Parraleta, Tempranillo, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Syrah are also used to produce some of the red wines of the region.

Aragón also produces good quality white wines from Macabeo, Garnacha Blanca, Alcañón, Chardonnay, and Gewürztraminer varieties.

The region also produces a fair amount of sparkling wine – Cava.

If you visit wineries in Aragón, here are some language tips you might found useful:

  • Wine = vino
  • Winery = bodega
  • Vineyard = viñedo
  • Vine = parra
  • Grapes = uvas
  • Wine tasting = degustación de vino
  • Wine route = ruta de vino
  • Red wine = vino tinto
  • White wine = vino blanco
  • Sparkling wine = vino espumoso
  • Cheers! = Salud!

Are you interested in reading more about Aragón in Spain? Read our Travel Guide to Aragón Wine Region section, or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tasting & Tours in Aragón that you can book during your stay.