Wine and Gastronomy
Taste our lambs (ternasco de Aragón), the ‘jamón’ de Teruel, the peaches from Calanda, the onions from Fuentes de Ebro and the olive oil from ‘Bajo Aragón’ or the ‘Moncayo’ mountains. Discover wisdom lying inside the traditional plates and imagination by new cooks. Enjoy and ambitious renewed cuisine and our stews and broths loaded with history and tradition.
Plate by plate, step by step, bon appetit
Enjoy our products with sealed designation of origin such as lambs from ‘ternasco de Aragón’, ‘jamón de Teruel’, or the olive oil from ‘Bajo Aragón’. The legume borage, the black truffle o the saffron from the Jiloca river area are some other products which are available in Aragón at their best.
Designations of Origin
It seems amazing how traditions and traits from each territory can result in singular personalities for each product
Let’s go ‘Tapas’
Tiny delights which allow you taste different flavors and textures in just one bite
There are uncountable local specialties where respect for tradition and culinary imagination meet together to create really genuine delights
The routes of wine
Somontano’s Wine Route
It is a transition land between Ebro valley and the Pyrenees which offers a good climate for vineyards, so grapes…
Cariñena’s Wine Route
Wine tradition in this land is deep-rooted, as Romans loved these wines. Visiting Cariñena during Vintage Celebrations will let you…
Calatayud’s Wine Route
Calatayud is a vineyard, Mudéjar and baths land. It contains unique natural resources, such as Monastery ‘de Piedra’, a wide…
Garnacha’s Wine Route
It was the Cistercian monks at Monastery ‘Veruela’ who fostered vineyard farming, particularly Garnacha variety, indigenous from these lands, as…
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