Huelva County is surrounded by three natural parks: to the north, the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche; to the west, the Odiel Marshes Natural Park; and to the south and east, the largest and most protected National Park in Europe: Doñana.
This places us in a productive, fertile environment, surrounded by olive groves and other extensive and dry crops, which perfectly represents the coexistence between the technical development of agriculture and the preservation of protected natural areas.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve, Doñana is in our DNA. It is the soul of our vineyards. These are part of the National Park’s ecosystems, since most are located in the area called preparque and help maintain the wetlands by fixing the sand to the ground. They are protected from the Levante wind in summer and from their dreaded heat waves in the months of July and August. That is why we say that all our wines are Great Biosphere Reserves.