History and Culture
Calatayud, the second main city in the region of Zaragoza, enjoys excellent motorway and railway connections, including the AVE (High Speed Train) service. Just 25 minutes from Zaragoza and 55 minutes from Madrid, it is one of Spain’s highest altitude wine producing areas. Some of its vineyards are over one-hundred years old and endure extreme natural conditions which are ideal for the production of top-quality, highly acclaimed wines.
The region of Calatayud boasts a superb historical heritage—the fine instances of Mudejar art found throughout the area were declared a World Heritage by UNESCO—, unique natural spots such as the Monasterio de Piedra, a wide range of thermal spas, a golf course plus extensive tourist resources, stunning scenery, fine hotels, restaurants and shopping facilities available to tourists visiting our wineries and tasting our wines.