By Terroir I understand the set of influences exerted in the production process that will determine the quality of the product at the moment of tasting. Thus, this concept encompasses the type of soil where the vines are planted; weather conditions to which it was subject during the year; the work done by the field teams throughout the process of transformation of grapes into wine; temperatures to which the wine has been subjected and the time at which each operation was performed in the production process. There are several interpretations and philosophies around this concept, but it is easy to see that, as the influence of climatic agents is directly linked to the final quality of the product, the same is true regarding the work of each person and the link between the physical space and the quality of its product. This description of physical space is a concept of Terroir pursued to detail, following the example of Burgundy, one of the regions where I learned the most on the level of appreciation of their own know-how.This region is valued as a different region from all others around the world for presenting a large variety of physically delimited land to protect and separate their Terroir from its neighbours. It is understood by Clos (Figure No. 6) a physical boundary made by walls that enclose a property, allowing the recovery of this land and of each vine base, due to its uniqueness.