The plantation, at an altitude of 960 meters asl, (3150 feet asl) stretches over the coolest area of Agrelo, well known as “the fridge”, where devastating frosts are the main threat of every harvest year after year. There is broad thermal amplitude of about 14 ºC between day and night .This phenomenon allows grapes to achieve great tannic concentration which provides structure to high quality wines.
Soils are alluvial with deep stretches that go from clay soils to sandy-loam westbound.
Wines from this region present fruity notes, especially ripe plum. In addition, spices such as black pepper are revealed and they hold a mild mineral expression. In the mouth, they are opulent wines, with soft and sweet tannins.