The Tesalia farm has a total area of 106 hectares. Of the 22 hectares dedicated to the winery, 11 are for vineyards, another 30 are dedicated to breeding and taming horses, and the rest are farmland.
The vineyards are planted on slightly undulating trellises facing north. The land is the classic Andalusian terrain: clayey and not very fertile soils that are found on a chalk subsoil.
The climate is warm and sunny, tempered by the Mediterranean and Atlantic influences of the Sierra de Grazalema. Conditions favored by the careful location of the vineyard on north-facing slopes, with pruning structures designed to promote aeration and shade.
With an average temperature of 17.3ºc, the rain falls mainly in winter, between 600 and 700 mm. These special characteristics create ideal ripening conditions for varieties such as Petit Verdot and the indigenous Tintilla de Rota.