At about 100 miles South of Santiago, in Colchagua you find a mosaic of soils, composed by granite, volcanic, clay and schist. Influenced by warm, breezy and dry climate, our Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere show stony minerality, raw power and structured balance .
Heading West toward the Pacific ocean from Santiago, in Casablanca vineyards are shrouded in fog, salty air and cool breezes. The headliners here are seductive whites like our Sauvignon Blanc and cool climate reds like the Pinot Noir.
Chile’s most historic wine region, with grape plantings dating back to the time of the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century, now Maipo is home to Chile’s greatest Cabernet-based wines, like our Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva and Red Blend Gran Reserva.
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