CASA DEL ORDENADO, with its 120 hectares set apart for the wine and cereal farming, definitely proves to be a flawless breeding ground, for enchanting Andalusian horses.
Its vineyards are variety Monastrell, Tempranillo and Merlot. Part of them, are irrigated, and the rest, rainfed.
At the sloping ground, “Bancal de Quitapellejos”, a trellis grape vineyard has been farmed. It's careful harvest is manually done. Also, in order to support the plants, it is only watered, at those years of a low rainfall at difficult seasons.
Its predominant characteristic, proves to be its convenient first class lands, with a versatile flexibility to any variety of crops.
Its sloping grounds and terraces, are locally known as: “Viña Quitapellejos”, “Viña de la Olla”, “Viña del Pajal”, “Viña del Ordenado”, “Viña de la Cañada”, “Bancal del Trigo”, and “Bancal de María Luisa”.