“Pazo das Bruxas” is mostly produced with grapes from the O’Rosal area, in combination with grapes from Salnés. Both are known for their markedly Atlantic climates which are influenced by their proximity to the ocean with mild winters and high precipitation. Spring comes early and that is when there is the highest risk of frosts, the further away from the coast a vineyard is. In the summer, the anticyclone situation of the Azores means precipitation is scarce or null and the temperatures are mild. Autumn is the rainiest season of the year.
The soil is sandy with great water drainage and granite rocks in the structure which prevent water retention. The Salnés area is colder than O’Rosal, which leads to slightly slower ripening and wines that are more acidic.