The piece of land known as Comes d’En Pou lies east of the town of Gandesa, at the foothills of the Sierra de Cavalls mountain range. A “Coma” is a shallow hollow in a mountainous terrain. It has a surface area of around 10 hectares including grapevines, olive trees and forest. The soil has a LOAMY TEXTURE with a high proportion of active limestone and a presence of eroded conglomerates. The central part of the hollow has a deep land with a moderate slope lined with terraces.
Garnacha Tinta (red grenache) aged in oak barrels for 12 months.