The Vineyards


Maipo Valley:

Maipo Valley is a wine subregion of the Central Valley, which includes all the provinces of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago. It has a Mediterranean climate with distinctly marked seasons and a dry season during the grape harvest, which creates ideal conditions for the production of red vine varieties, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Caménère.



Colchagua Valley:

Colchagua Valley is geographically the most unique valley in Chile. It is bordered in the east by the Andes Mountains, in the west by the Pacific Ocean, and in the north and the south by two chains of hills, turning the valley into a 120 km corridor between the mountains and the sea. Its exceptional weather conditions allow for the adaptation of a wide variety of wine grapes, particularly the long maturation cycle grapes. Currently, 90% of the vineyards grow red varieties, and of these 50% correspond to Cabernet Sauvignon. One thing that stands out in this valley is the exceptional adaptation of Caménère, a variety of difficult cultivation. However, at Colchagua Valley you will find the best wines of this variety in Chile.



Casablanca Valley and San Antonio:

Just 1 hour from Santiago and 45 minutes from Valparaiso is Casablanca Valley, a young valley that is famous for its world-renowned Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir strains. During this pleasurable tour, you will be able to visit several traditional, excellence, boutique, and also organic and biodynamic vineyards, as well as enjoy exclusive wine tastings.



Aconcagua Valley:

This valley has a privileged location as it lies between the coast and the mountains, close to Santiago and Valparaiso. It offers slow ripening conditions, optimal for the production of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, a showpiece wine of the area.