Quo.

Campo de Borja.


Campo de Borja is a transitional area among the mountains of the Sistema Ibérico in the Ebro Valley. The setting is unique, with the impressive mountains of the Moncayo National Park in the background. The Romans built the actual hydrological system of Ainzon almost two thousand years ago and were the first to plant vines.


Bodega Quo is located in Ainzon, in Northern Aragon. The vineyards extend onto the slopes of the nearby mountains, with vines planted between 1000 and 2000 feet with an average yield of only 4500 kg/Has.





The vineyards have a continental climate influenced by the Atlantic ocean in winter and by the Mediterranean in summer. The soil is brown-calcareous, with medium amounts of stones and good drainage. In the vineyards closerto the Moncayo mountains, the soil is clay-ferrous and rocky. The temperature contrasts between day and night, and among the seasons, are extreme. Rainfall is rare, with yearly averages between 350 mm in the low areas and reaching only about 450 mm in higher areas.






The main grape variety used is Grenache. This grape, uniquely adapted to these extreme conditions, has low yields but produces wines with intense color and powerful aromas of red, mature fruits. Most of the grapes are hand-picked. The fermentation process takes place in concrete tanks, only native yeasts are used. Old concrete subterranean deposits are used to store the wines at ideal temperatures and humidity.


                      


UNOAKED


QUO WHITE 2011. MACABEO/ CHARDONNAY.


QUO GRENACHE ROSE 2012


QUO GRENACHE RED 2010.


OLD VINES GRENACHE


QUO. OLD VINES GRENACHE 2009 88 IWC


QUO GARNACHA PREMIUM 2010. 90 IWC.


GASTIAGO GARNACHA 2010. 91 IWR.


SWEET


MOSCATEL AINZON