The rough and rugged terrain makes vine-growers cultivate vines on small plots of clayey-calcareous soil. Although this produces a poor yield this results in a highly concentrated product. Generally speaking, the soil is of a poor organic material with a variety of a clayey contents on a bed of calcareous rock with a permeable texture and a high humidity-retaining capacity.

The types of reliefs are characterised by the dissolution process which has formed valleys or concavities that are called “Dolines”. This is why we pay tribute to the regions that are characteristic of the Garraf Massif.