1.- Ravines and roads are treated as natural reserves. They constitute true ecosystems in which the flora and fauna complement viticulture to create biological corridors that do not break the natural flow of species, while simultaneously making it possible for machinery to move around the vineyards.
2.- The pressure of pests (insects, spiders) has decreased in our vineyards due to a mobile chicken coop used in the fields and allowing the chickens to act as a natural means of pest control. The coop is moved from sector to sector as needed and in accordance with the phenological stages of the plants, thereby preventing the use of insecticides.
3.- Amayna also uses sheep to naturally combat weeds before budbreak in the vines. The animals partially remove the weeds and thereby help moisture retention in the soil, nutrient recycling, and impede erosion. Their manure also fertilizes the plants.