Priorat is a Spanish designation of origin located in the province of Tarragona, recognized with the highest quality as it is a qualified designation of origin.
The vineyard sits on slate soils called llicorelles. It is a mountainous area with steep slopes, so the vineyard is cultivated on terraces. Its climate is temperate and dry, with marked temperature fluctuations between day and night.
Volcanic area. Its base, called llicorella, is composed of reddish and black slate with small mica particles. With a continental climate with long, hot and dry summers, the temperature, however, can reach sub-zero records in winter. It presents very marked contrasts between the valleys and the highlands where both cold winds from the north and Mistral can blow, a warm wind that blows from the east. The vineyards are found at altitudes ranging from 100m to 700m and the average annual temperature is 15 ° C. The Pluviometry ranges from 400 mm to 600 mm.