Both the wine cellar and the vineyards take roots in Benissa, Marina Alta, in the north of Alicante.
Shielded amongst the mountains of Bèrnia, Solana and Oltà and the Mediterranean Sea, are the evergrowing extensions of vineyards which have taken over from the prominence of conventional crops of yesteryears, olive, almond and carob trees.
Joan de la Casavineyar stands 60 to 160 metres high.
Warm winters and hot summer make possible to grow the special Moscatell de Alejandría and the Giró grapes, autochthonous varieties of the area. The influence of the sea breeze, known as “Llebeig” wind, makes summer temperatures lower and more mild in winter, having wet air during the whole year.