Unusually long and narrow, CHILE stretches 4.300 km in length and averages a mere 177 km in width. Its Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers creates ideal conditions for grape growing and fine wine production.

Our grapes come from 8 valleys located from the cool-climate coastal zones to the foothills of the Andes Mountains, in a total area of more than 400 km from north to south, where diverse types of soils and climates are found. All this in order to show the best and most diverse terroir of our country through our wines.

Casablanca

  • Location: 84 km west of Santiago and 40 km east of the Pacific Ocean
  • Altitude: 250 mts
  • Climate: Cool climate, coastal influence
  • Soil: Granitic colluvial
  • Annual rainfall: 500 mm
  • Varieties planted: Chardonnay Grand Reserve and Pinot Noir Grand Reserve

San Antonio

  • Location: 120 km west of Santiago and 13 km east of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Altitude: 200 mts
  • Climate: Cool climate, coastal influence
  • Soil: Granitic
  • Annual rainfall: 350 mm
  • Varieties planted: Sauvignon Blanc Grand Reserve

Maipo

  • Location: Near Santiago, just 10-40km west of the Andes Range
  • Altitude: 520 mts
  • Climate: Mediterranean (cool during the night and warm during the day)
  • Soil: Stony, clayey
  • Annual rainfall: 350 mm
  • Varieties planted: Syrah Grand Reserve

Cachapoal

  • Location: 90 km south of Santiago, near the Andes Range
  • Altitude: 550 mts
  • Climate: Mediterranean (cool during the night and warm during the day)
  • Soil: Alluvial
  • Annual rainfall: 350 mm
  • Varieties planted: Carignan Grand Reserve

Colchagua

  • Location: 140 km south of Santiago
  • Altitude: 160 mts
  • Climate: Mediterranean (hot and dry in summer; cold and rainy in winter)
  • Soil: Loamy and granitic
  • Annual rainfall: 590 mm
  • Varieties planted: Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Reserve, Carmenere Reserve and Carmenere Grand Reserve

Curicó

  • Location: 190 km south of Santiago
  • Altitude: 250 mts
  • Climate: Mediterranean (hot and dry in summer; cold and rainy in winter)
  • Soil: Volcanic and alluvial, clayey
  • Annual rainfall: 700 mm
  • Varieties planted: Merlot Reserve, Pinot Noir Reserve, Sauvignon Blanc Reserve and Chardonnay Reserve

Maule

  • Location: 255 km south of Santiag
  • Altitude: 110 mts
  • Climate: Mediterranean (hot and dry in summer; cold and rainy in winter)
  • Soil: Loamy, red and deep clay, poor in organic material
  • Annual rainfall: 730 mm
  • Varieties planted: Malbec Grand Reserve

Itata

  • Location: 410 km south of Santiago and 40 km east of the coast
  • Altitude: 130 mts
  • Climate: Humid Mediterranean
  • Soil: Loamy, with high granitic presence, medium in organic material
  • Annual rainfall: 1.100 mm
  • Varieties planted: Pinot Noir Reserve

Central

  • Location: 400 km south of Santiago and 40 km east of the coast
  • Length: 255 km from Maipo (northest point) until Maule (southest point)
  • Climate: Variable according to the zone (coastal or near the Andes)
  • Varieties planted: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carmenere, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay Varietal, and Red Blend Entry Level.