We are located in the High Valley of the Rio Negro river, in the north of Patagonia. The clear spring water from the Andes mountains gets to our rivers and irrigates the fertile valley, allowing the agriculture of different natural products. With every walnut we export we're sharing a small part of its water, soil and sunray. It is a way of staying close to the consumers.
Patagonia has important water reserves and its very low population density, 1.35 km per inhabitant, keeps it safe and far from the large metropolis.
Patagonia has virgin territory that allows cultivation in large scale under unique natural conditions, either organic production, or conventional.