We are in the Garrigues, a dry zone subject to extreme weather conditions, with very cold winters and very hot, dry summers, but where the maritime air cools us at the end of the day. This sea breeze comforts the olive tree, which suffers but without becoming stressed. Rainfall is generally scant, with an annual average of between 350 and 450 mm. As a result of this climate the olive trees’ productive capabilities are limited, and they produce an oil which is dense and has great personality. The climate also enables us to obtain excellent fruit without the problems of pests. Most of the olive groves are dryland (non-irrigated soil). So the same happens as with wine, every year’s harvest is shaped by the weather: it affects the people and it affects the olive fruit. Cold snaps, excessive heat, hydric stress, sporadic rains... The land is calcareous with marges or dry stone retaining walls, slopes and clayey soil, in which the olive trees thrive. And we also believe that plants indigenous to the area (thyme, rosemary, woods, etc.) bring an additional and differentiating nuance to our olives.