Due to the different altitudes and climatology, the vineyards of each location have different dates of optimal ripening and are individually harvested. Each vineyard is farmed following the strict guidelines of the winemakers throughout the year, without herbicides or chemical fertilizers, short prunings and with all farming operations focused on quality.
The age of the vineyards ranges between 40 and 100 years old with very low yield and exceptional quality.
Quintanilla de Arriba
Calcareous clays with very little structure and sand content. Whitish-brown in appearance. Well-drained slopes. Elevation 800 m.
Sand on top and clay underneath, reddish tones and slopes with calcareous stone. Hills with shallow slopes. Elevation 900 m.
Mainly south-facing lands. Soft and sandy soils in which sandstone emerges between holm-oak trees. Elevation 850 m.
Valbuena de Duero
Clay-calcareous soils on the slopes and alluvial soils in the valley. Typical valley formation. Elevation 750 m.
Stony terrain, with rocks of fluvial and glacial origin. Premontane terraces with extreme weather. Elevation 950 m.
Baños de Valdearados
Slopes and terraces with deep soils. Diversity of soils, clay-calcareous and sandy slopes with little soil due to the rocky terrain. Elevation 900 m.
Piñel de Abajo
Clay, reddish-brown, deep but substantially different from the rest of the province. West-facing deep slopes. Elevation 800 m.
Loamy clay, reddish-brown, sandy loam. Gravel of deep sedimentary origin with large variations between plots. Hills with shallow slopes. Elevation 850 m.