The vineyards are located in the towns of Tabuenca and Bulbuente, in the Somontano of the Moncayo, at an altitude of between 550-750 meters, which is exceptional for obtaining premium garnacha grapes. They have slopes of 5 to 25% and a high superficial and internal stoniness, which characterizes this ground with an important drainage and a low water holding capacity.


The climate is peculiar, distinctive from other wine producing areas, with Atlantic influence in winter and Mediterranean in summer, whose most prominent feature is the wind from the north-west (NW), called cierzo, cold and dry. The weather conditions are unique; diurnal temperature contrast very noticeable and seasons very pronounced, with extreme temperatures. The evaporation-transpiration potential rate is high.

This characteristic and special set between the land and the climate allow the grapes to develop well balanced, with excellent health and optimum maturity.

Our grapes grow in garnacha plantation mostly, and predisposed in glass and trellis. These plantations are located in different areas of the Denomination of Origin “Campo de Borja”.

The low estates are in the middle, between 550 and 650 meters of altitude. The soils are clay-ferrous from the river terraces, in a relief of gentle slopes and good sun exposure. The wines are very complex, intense, structured and fleshy.     
The high estates of the family, whose vineyards extend from an altitude of 600-750 meters, are placed at the foothills of Moncayo. The soils of clay-ferrous terraces, gritty slopes and high stoniness, generate a very low production and very high quality grapes. The wines are fine, subtle and elegant.