The soils are of alluvial-colluvial origin and composed of ancient terrace formations. It is low in organic matter and has low-medium fertility. The texture profile varies from fine sand, clay, and angulated granitic stones with excellent drainage. Because the property is located at the foot of the mountains, it has a unique and very irregular topography, making it a fascinating place to conduct micro-terroir studies.
The climate is temperate Mediterranean. The influence of the Andes Mountains is felt through cool nights that result in daytime-nighttime temperature oscillations of up to 20ºC, which is ideal for fruit concentration in grapes. The opening between the mountain ranges creates a breeze that helps keep the temperature around the grape clusters uniform and ensures excellent health conditions. The average rainfall is also lower here than in the rest of the valley. The wines are of exceptional quality with tremendous body and color, natural sweetness and soft tannins.
Located on the northeastern border of the Colchagua Valley at the foot of the Andes Mountains, Los Lingues has its own microclimate, which makes it a small sub-valley. The Carmenere and Cabernet Sauvignon planted here reach extremely high quality with unique character. The Los Lingues Carmenere has become a standard of quality and has earned countless high scores and accolades both at home and abroad. There is also a small amount of very good Petit Verdot grown here as well as an experimental garden.