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Lacking a DO status, Valdejalón is arguably the least well-known wine region in Aragón. Located at the centre of a triangle formed by Campo de Borja, Cariñena and Calatayud appellations, it comprises the area around the river Jalón. The wines are sold under the vino de la tierra designation, the equivalent to the new European PGI (Protected Geographic Indication). No wonder it takes lots of effort to recover old vines of Garnacha in an area where wine production had almost been lost.

Three friends in their 30s are behind Frontonio: the Spanish Master of Wine Fernando Mora MW, oenologist Mario López and international business lawyer Francisco Latasa from Zaragoza. Fernando Mora’s background is particularly interesting. An engineer working in the wind industry, he fell in love with wine and did everything within his power to turn his hobby into a profession. In his quest to become a winemaker he even planted 12 vines in the village of Alagón in Zaragoza and bought a kit to make his own wine at home with an ice-based temperature control set that he placed in his bathtub. After leaving his job in 2013 and passing the WSET D...

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ArrayánBodegas BilbaínasCellers Scala Dei
CodorníuConde de los AndesCruz de Alba
Cvne Dehesa de LunaEguía
Finca AntiguaFinca MontepedrosoFinca Valpiedra
Finca VillacrecesIzadiJosé Pariente
LegarisMar de FradesMarqués de Elciego
Marqués de RiscalMarqués de Riscal RuedaMuga
MurielRamón BilbaoRamón Bilbao Rueda
Sedella VinosValdemarValenciso
VetusViña BujandaViña Real
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