The word pago, comes from Latin pagus, and, according to the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language, means a specific district of land or property, particularly vineyards and olive groves. In other words, it is a site with soil and microclimate characteristics that differentiate it from others, notoriously linked to vineyards and olive groves from which wines and oils are obtained with singular features and qualities. Its area should be limited to maintain the high quality of its products. A true pago should have its own winery or oil mill, where their products from the grapes and olives grown on the property are exclusively bottled.
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