barbuVINS Newsletter


barbuVINS News

We're happy to present our latest arrivals from Pago Aylés, one of 17 estates with the Pago designation. This designation can take a decade to obtain since the criteria are numerous and very stringent. The wines are produced without pesticides and herbicides, using organic farming methods. 

At the time of writing this newsletter, more than 25% of the entire order has already been sold. It's a good reminder to look at upcoming arrivals on our website and reserve your cases.
The price list of available products can be found on our website

Remember to tell your friends and the sommelier of your favorite restaurant to check out our wine list!

Thanks for sharing our passion.

Marie-Claude & Benoît


Pago Aylés
The wines from Pago Aylés are back, don't miss out.

We have the following wines in stock:

• Pago Aylés "Y" 2016

• Pago Aylés "L" 2018 (rosé)

• Aldeya Serendipia 2014

• Aldeya Garnacha 2017

... and in Magnum format (case of 4)
Pago Aylés "Y" 2015

We decided to order the Aldeya Garnacha again since the winery is now also cultivating those vineyards using organic farming. The quality of the 2017 vintage is rather impressive for the price.

Pago Aylés: The Terroir

Pago Aylés: The Terroir

Unique Wines in a Unique Microclimate Located south-west of Zaragoza in Aragón, Pago Aylés started as an agri-food project in 1994 when the estate was acquired by the present owners. They purchased several contiguous properties that had belonged to the clergy and the nobility since the Middle Ages, thus becoming one of the biggest privately-owned estates in the Aragón region …



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