Pago de La Jaraba has a surface area of vines of approximately 80 hectares, of which the predominant varietal is Tempranillo, the rest being Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Located at a height of 756 metres above sea level, climate located in the temperate continental Mediterranean, the lands of La Jaraba were born in the Neocene, Tertiary Pliocene, with a general appearance of sandstone and marl conglomerates. Underlying dolina lined with clay/lime, sandy at times, is present; the existence of dune formations, currently fixed by low bushes and pine trees that surround the winery and the vineyards is outstanding.
The vines are grown traditionally, with the usual practices of the area, which include restrictive pruning, de-budding, thinning out, green harvesting, etc.., with the objective of optimising the product quality. The fertiliser supply is only with manure from the sheep produced at the exploitation itself, in order to improve the structure and texture of the land.