Bodegas Frontonio is named after Saint Frontonio, patron saint of the north-eastern Spanish town of Epila. Legend says that after Saint Frontonio was beheaded by the Romans, his body was buried in a c...
Wine from Bodegas Frontonio
Frontonio Microcósmico Macabeo 2019
Frontonio Microcósmico Garnacha 2018
Botijo Rojo Garnacha 2020
Frontonio La Loma & Los Santos 2018
Frontonio Telescópico Carignan 2017
Botijo Blanco Garnacha Blanca 2019
Frontonio Telescópico Garnacha 2017
Frontonio La Cerqueta Special Cuvée 2018
Las Alas de Frontonio Garnacha 2018
Frontonio Telescópico Macabeo Garnacha Blanca 2018
Las Alas de Frontonio La Tejera 2018
Frontonio Supersónico 2018
El Jardín de las Iguales Macabeo 2017
Frontonio Garnacha 2014
El Jardín de las Iguales Garnacha 2018
Frontonio Garnacha Blanca 2017
El Casetero Finca el Rey Garnacha 2012
Bodegas Frontonio is named after Saint Frontonio, patron saint of the north-eastern Spanish town of Epila. Legend says that after Saint Frontonio was beheaded by the Romans, his body was buried in a cemetery and his head cast into the River Ebro. Miraculously his head was found upstream on the bank of the River Jalon, close to where the Bodegas Frontonio winery is located.
Exactly as they're presented, they're the wine of a particular land, the résumé of a landscape. A passion for old vines, harvesting by hand, minimal intervention, garage wines. Frontonio is a new project run by three friends from Aragon, Fernando Mora, Master of Wine, Mario López, oenologist at Bodegas Borsao, and Francisco Latasa, lawyer and international business expert. Fun, passionate people who are lucky enough to be involved in what they like most, fine wine. We're lucky too, as we can enjoy it.
The Frontonio team is aiming to put on the map the Valdejalón region and its vineyards, mainly planted with old Garnachas. They're doing so with a very extensive and complex wine range: wines from a municipality, the Microcósmico, wines based on the premier cru concept, the Telescópico, and the pure and simple Frontonio, corresponding to single estate Garnachas.