Our Collection

Currently we elaborate based on different flavors, odors, production methods, colors, climate, as well as we put special attention to the result that our customers expect, this being the determining factor of each production.

Barrio Viejo is a line that gets its name from a neighborhood located in an old town called Las Puñas located in the high region of Aragon, Spain, where the father of Don Joaquin Ceresuela, owner of the Vineyard. The wines belonging to this line are made from traditional grape varieties, from carefully selected harvests and very meticulous winemaking.

The winemaking tradition of the Ceresuela family dates back to the 19th century, when one of the members of the family served as royal secretary to Ferdinand VII, king of Spain. At that time, the best strains of the best terroirs were destined for the production of select exclusive wines for the consumption of the king and his closest ones. This line pays homage to those wines, which are produced with excellent quality vines, in special terroirs with unique climatic conditions, which give way to wines of Real quality.

Majo is an adjective that refers to a very nice person, good and very sympathetic, as well as serves to qualify objects of good quality. This adjective is ideal for wines of this line, light wines, easy to drink, fruity tones and very pleasant aromas.