Located at nearly 1,100 meters above sea level, the estate's altitude makes it unique. Along with its dry climate, this makes organic viticulture quite easy. Cooler temperatures and nearly constant winds keep disease and pest pressure low while arid conditions limit vegetation. Cooler temperatures means that their harvests are some of the latest in all of Spain, beginning in mid-October for the whites and typically ending in late October for the reds. They can even make a natural ice wine harvested in January when conditions are right. These late harvest dates and the abundant sun during the growing season produce wines with concentration, fine tannins, and bright acids.