Explore our sustainable growing regions in Chile.

Colchagua Valley

Located between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, the Colchagua Valley, carved out naturally by the Tinga River, produces our Mediterranean climate Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Merlot, and Claret Red Blend. With a long growing season coupled with warm sunny days tempered by cool coastal nights, our vines have a long maturation period. The Tinga river transports silts and clays into our free-draining granitic soils while also naturally irrigating our vines. This method allows our vines to be watered less frequently creating smaller yields of higher concentrated wines.

Colchagua Costa

Located only a few miles from the ocean near the small surfing town of Litueche, the newest Chilean region, Colchagua Costa produces our cool climate Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Having the combination of the cooling influences of the coast and the long hot summer days, our vines are able to stay cool and ripen longer.  This longer maturation period gives the fruit greater depth and balance. The sandy mineral rich soil contains large amounts of limestone. With only two vineyards planted in the area, we are on the forefront of producing some of Chile’s newest style in cool climate varietals.