They own organic Xarel.lo small vineyards, a variety indigenous from that area. 

Since changing their agricultural methods to organic ones, the cellar has noticed a lot of insects coming back to their lands, including ladybugs, butterflies and dragon files. They also started noticing quail nests in the vine branches. The size of their vineyards is important to keep this biodiversity alive. Often they invite lamb herds to eat the grass in between the vines. They prune the vineyards at the same time that make the soil more fertile. Poopies and other wild flowers are also widely find in their lands.

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