The climate is continental with long hot summers, with temperatures reaching 40°C and cold winters, falling to 0°C, tempered by the proximity of the Mediterranean Sea. Planted at 900 metres elevation, the warm daytime temperatures are mitigated by cooler evenings, creating a long ripening periods where the fruit develops concentrated flavours balanced by refreshing acidity. The area is arid with low rainfall, most of which falls during spring and autumn; often during violent storms. The soils are dark, lime bearing and some have with a hard lime crust; overall, they are permeable and have good moisture retaining properties, which allows the vines to survive during prolonged periods of drought. They are poor in organic matter and their structure does not support phylloxera due to the sand content. The vines are cultivated without the use of synthetic products and are manually harvested.
The grapes underwent a meticulous double selection process in the vineyard and in the cellar to ensure only the highest quality fruit was vinified. Each plot was vinified separately, classified by the soil and the grape maturity. The grapes were gently crushed before being fermented at low temperatures of 20 to 24°C to preserve the aromatic richness of the Monastrell fruit. Malolactic fermentation took place in wood. Maturation took place for 12 months in American oak barrels.