History

Bodegas San Alejandro was founded in 1962 in Miedes of Aragon (Zaragoza), in a privileged location for the culture of the grapevine, the altitude of its vineyards, the rigor of the climate, the slow ripeness of its grapes, the diversity of its soils and multiple singularities composed by its terroir.

It receives its name in honor to San Alejandro, whose remains are in the Franciscan Convent of the S.XVII of Mudejar style placed in Miedes.

The logo of Bodegas San Alejandro is inspired in the relicary venerated by the oldest brotherhood of the town which is maintained in the alterpiece of Miedes.

Since then, Bodegas San Alejandro has grown and evolved supporting always its people, its land and its culture. A culture that BSA promotes in more than 30 countries over the world.

With a notable exporting vocation, Bodegas San Alejandro is the emblem of the wines from the Calatayud Designation of Origin outside and inside our borders. A project that began with the enthusiasm and the effort of a group of vine-growers and that nowadays is a reality.

Bodegas San Alejandro is, in addition, a reference of the wine turism in the zone, with a wide offer of activities to announce the culture of the wine, its history and its tasting, explained also with the help of its Theatre of the Nature and the Senses.