The Colchagua Valley has been witness to the tremendous development that the Chilean wine industry has experienced in recent decades and is now considered an appellation that produces world-class wines.
Climate: This vineyard has a Mediterranean climate with four well-defined seasons. This type of climate is only found in four other places in the world: the Mediterranean coast, the California coast, Cape of Good Hope, and the southwestern coast of Australia. The low humidity, the maritime influence of the Pacific Ocean, and the breezes from the Coastal Mountains generate a daily temperature differential of approximately 10º / 18ºF, which is ideal for growing wine grapes.
Soil: Highly stratified hills and soils of alluvial origin. Fine clay texture with rocks in varying degrees of erosion. Low in organic matter and fertility.
Planted area: 213 hectares.
Varieties: Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Viognier, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Carmenere, and Syrah
Average Annual Rainfall: 600 mm