The article on wines from Aragon has been recently published in The Wine Advocate, *November 2021 week 2, (Robert Parker).

And Bodegas San Alejandro has been selected once again, which is already a privilege for the great value of this publication.

One of our wines has been scored with 96 points, and comments like this one make a dream to come true:

“San Alejandro is a nicely managed cooperative in Calatayud that produces some killer wines at amazing prices that have rocked the US market. A modern co-op that never stops. In 2019, they started the conversion of 300 ha of their vineyards to organic, they are building a new cellar to improve oak aging and also working in the vineyards to build a quality hierarchy following the Burgundian model.”

News like this one are a great recognition of our work and a very positive and necessary change of perception towards cooperatives, as competitive or more than any other type of company.

It means valuing our old Grenache wine heritage on impossible slopes.

It represents a pride that encourages all our growers, our team, the efforts of all of them. To whom we give a special thank you.

It shows that unity makes strength. Thank you Fernando Mora MW for believing in us to develop Cuevas de Arom together and take it up to another level among all, as we already told you here: Our union with Bodegas Frontonio.

Thank you to EVERYONE, thank YOU for following us, for making all this possible and trusting us.

We will continue to grow on the path of excellence with your help. 💪🏻