The vineyard currently comprises 900 hectares of fully producing fields spread across nine small valleys in Convento Viejo, Quilvo (a tributary of the Teno River), Barros Negros, Isla de Marchant, Tutuquen, Los Guindos, Palquibudis (a tributary of the Mataquito River), Romeral, Rio Claro and Sagrada Familia (Culenar).

These areas contain diverse soil types, a variety of microclimates and different amounts of sunlight, in which each variety can develop as needed, resulting in excellent harvests. Their grapes are processed with the best technology available.


Harvest Festival of Chile, in Curicó

March 20, 2019

This year the Harvest Festival of Chile will be held in Curicó on 21, 22, 23 and 24 March 2019, in its thirty-third version, this true wine festival has as its main objective to promote and strengthen the cultural heritage of the commune of Curicó. 12 vineyards belonging to the Wine Route of the Curicó…

“Trophy” to the best Carmenére in IWC, London 2018

August 16, 2018

Developed in London between the months of December 2017 and April 2018, the contest is one of the finest and most meticulously judged wine contests in the world, that evaluates each wine blindly and judges each one for its fidelity to style, region and harvest. Throughout the rigorous evaluation processes, each medal-winning wine is tested…

Chilean Wine Guide “Descorchados 2017”

October 27, 2017

We are pleased to inform our friends and clients who got excellent scores in the Chilean Wine Guide” Descorchados 2017 “by Patricio Tapia. An award that recognizes our work, consistency and quality of our wines. Cheers Friends!

Catad’Or Wine Awards Santiago de Chile 2017

July 14, 2017

Chile, the fourth largest exporter of wines in the world, was the venue for the Catad’Or Wine Awards, which, with its 22 years of experience and sponsorship of the OIV ( International Wine and Wine), was presented as one of the most important international wine competitions and reputation of the American continent. In this version…