Near the Gavarres, nature reserve of the park, there are villages that still retain their ancient medieval air, where the elaboration of the wine has been a prosperous activity. The vineyard is the only one in the area, which has revived the grape growing area that is believed to have been lost. This magnificent setting provides a unique environment for grape growing: the vineyards are planted amidst a natural landscape of cultivated fields, surrounded by pine trees, oaks and cork oaks.
The estate has 12 hectares of vineyards, surrounded by 30,000 hectares of forest that keep the vines isolated from other crops. Located at the foot of an inactive volcano, the soil is made up of siliceous limestone soil and alluvial subsoil with good drainage.
The vineyard is at the base of an inactive volcano surrounded by the natural reserve of the Gavarres park, therefore the vines are protected against external contaminants. The vineyards benefit from a combination of volcanic soils, silica-calcareous stones and allusions. The privileged location of the cellar allows the vineyards to receive a lot of sunlight, ideal rain and daytime temperature variation because the grapes mature smoothly, resulting in balanced tannins, sugar and acidity.
The methods of sustainable cultivation guarantee that the wine is done with the maximum respect for the environment. This concept continues throughout the winery and through the production of wines. These practices led EccociWine to become the first Spanish winery certified by Carbon Zero. The result is a collection of handicraft and artisanal wines that are oriented to the terroir, with a different sense of place.