Although Aragonesas Bodegas was founded in 1984, the cultivation of the vines - especially garnacha - dates back to 1145 of the Monastery of Veruela and the Cistercian monks, located a short distance from Fuendejalón and Magallón.
The ancestors of the current owners have inherited this valuable and historical heritage and the following generations have enriched it to reach its highest potential. They express their love for garnacha both on the land and in the winery. It is an essential part of the heritage and they do their best to continuously improve the cultivation and winemaking methods. The wines enjoy an international reputation.