The lie of the land is another unique feature of the Ribera del Duero region and influences how the weather conditions affect the vineyard each year. In the west of the Designation of Origin, which is where Bodegas Comenge is located, there is a wide variety of terrains ranging from moors, hills, slopes, terraces and open countryside; the orientation of the estates is also important. The 32 hectares of the Bodegas Comenge vineyard are positioned on the slopes of Curiel and Pesquera de Duero, between 780 and 880 metres above sea level, making it the best site for the vineyard thanks to its excellent capacity for retaining soil moisture and the reduced risk of suffering the dreaded frosts.
Another unique feature of the soil in the Ribera del Duero region is the wide variety of materials involved. On the same estate, it is common to distinguish four or five different soils: areas with a predominance of limestone, sandy strips, soils of greyish tones or reddish soils. This diversity of materials can be seen in the characteristics of the grapes, combining to create a unique wine.