Bodega Mengoba's vineyards situated near Ponferrada in the far north west of Castilla y Leon span over Espanillo, Valtuille, Villafranca de El Bierzo and Carracedo on the slate, calcareous and stony soils of these areas.
Two varieties of grape are cultivated to make their white wine, Doña Blanca and Godello. The Mencía vines are located in Espanillo at about 2500 ft above sea level. The vines are between 25 and 80 years old. Winemaker Gregory Pérez takes great pride in the bodega's artisanal vineyard work; the vines are grown organically and ploughed by cows. Green pruning and integrated pest management are utilized, and they only intervene in the vineyard when absolutely necessary. The Bierzo Blanco made from Godello and Dona Blanca comes from different vineyards with diverse soil types ranging from calcareous-clay, stony and slate. The plots of Mencia are located in Horta and Vallafranca del Bierzo at 550 metres of altitude on clay soils with sand.