Finca Aylés is located in the northeast of Spain, near the city of Zaragoza, halfway between Madrid and Barcelona.
The wine project of the Ramón Reula family began its journey in the 1980s and ended with the reunification of various properties that had belonged to the so-called Finca Aylés since the Middle Ages. Today, Aylés is one of the largest private historical farms in Aragón, with more than 3,200 hectares of valuable ecological and landscape conditions.
Aylés’ historical roots are long and deep and its rich environment and landscape have always been linked to the cultivation of vines.
The earliest existing documentation dates back to the XII century, time of the Christian Reconquest led by Alfonso I in 1120. In 1165, king Alfonso II granted this land to Cistercian monks who harvested the very first unique Aylés grapes.
Wine production flourished here for over five centuries, overseen by members of the nobility beginning wi…