The vineyards of Llaver Winery are strategically distributed in a horseshoe shape in the lands of Rivadavia, Santa Rosa and San Martín, corresponding to the east zone of Mendoza, called central oasis. This area concentrates  49% of the vineyards of Mendoza, and 34% of all the vineyards in  Argentina.

The vineyards of the winery are grown in this plain that receives water of the Tunuyán river and Mendoza river, both resulting from the meltwater of the Andes.

With an altitude of 750 metres above sea level, its sandy loam soils, flat topography, and alluvial origin produce a favourable nutritional balance for the vine, reaching an excellent maturity and great sugar content.