This 4 hectares vineyard was planted by mistake in the year 1914. This vineyard has never been irrigated and works with Gobelet, with a variable density between 6 thousand to 8 thousand plants per hectare. The yields of this old vineyard are about 700 grams per plant.
The local climate is windy, semi warm but cloudy, which generates a slow and long ripeness for this Malbec. The rainfall fluctuates between 700 and 900 mm. per year, distributed throughout the whole year, which allows dry land wine-growing.
The soils belong to granitic hills that gently vanish away when falling into the river Bío Bío. These are tight soils, with a high level of demineralization and silica. The classic reddish color is observed in all this area due to iron oxidation.