This name derives from the plant the ‘maguey’. It is at 1600 meters, has grey soil and a ‘terroir’ similar –in general- to that of Tequila Valley. The land is slightly sloping from north to south making it south facing, catching the full effects of the sun. There are Guamuchile trees that bear edible fruit. This tree is specific to this location and grows wild in the clay soil.
The agaves were harvested with a brix level of 27-28 %, the average for Los Altos being ,24-25% and 22-23% for Tequila Valley.