It is the cava obtained from a wine produced with grapes from a specific plot, whose own edaphic and microclimatic conditions, together with quality criteria in its production and elaboration, have led to a cava with unique characteristics.
The location is heavily influenced by the Aguila forest and the ravine created by a stream of air cooled by the forest. It is a vineyard facing the east along with the effect that the forest makes the afternoon sun goes down early and does not overheat the vine. Limey soil with a high percentage of gravel and fossils that give a big personality the wine.
The location is well exposed to the influence of dry winds of the interior and the breezes from the Mediterranean Sea. The breeze is alleviated by the effect of the coastal mountain so it does not become too humid. The soil is shallow, calcareous with layers of sedimentary based gravel and silt making the drainage very easy and a fertile loam top layer.
The location is protected in the east by the Aguila forest and the west and north by the ranges of the Vermella. This means that the sun does not affect the vineyard in the early hours of the morning and the late afternoon making ripening vines calmer. It also protects the direct influence of the sea and land breezes. The terrain is extremely calcareous with a shallow loamy texture.