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Exploring terroirs, discovering treasures

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Vinos

Our wines

We respect and reflect the purity and authenticity of the grape and terroir in the winemaking process

Excava

Cabernet Sauvingon

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Isla de Maipo

D.O Valle del Maipo

2021

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Excava

Carmenere

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D.O Valle de Colchagua

2022

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Terrado

Cabernet Sauvignon

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Alto Jahuel

D.O Maipo Andes

2021

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Xitus

Ensamblaje

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D.O Valle de Colchagua

2022

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Xitus

Mariscal

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D.O Maipo Andes

2021

Natural Wines

We respect and reflect the purity and authenticity of the grape and terroir in the winemaking process

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Equis Naranjo

Moscatel de Alejandría

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Valle de Itata

2022

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Equis

Pais-Garnacha

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Valle de Maule

2022

Viñedos

Valleys

Maipo

Maipo Valley enjoys international recognition for its outstanding production of Cabernet Sauvignon. Its wines are acclaimed for their elegance, structure, and complexity. The Mediterranean climate, poor soils, and temperature fluctuations allow for the production of high-quality grapes. There are subregions with unique characteristics:

  • Mariscal (Andes): Located at the foothills of the Andes mountain range.

  • Alto Jahuel (Andes): Situated in the central part of the Maipo Valley.

  • Entre cordilleras: A subregion nestled between the Andes Mountains and the Coastal Range.

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Colchagua

Colchagua Valley is primarily known for the production of Carmenere. Thanks to the Mediterranean climate, granitic soils, and the influence of the river, exceptional quality grapes are obtained, with flavors of ripe black fruits, spices, and herbal notes.

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Maule

It is renowned for its production of red wines, particularly the Pais grape, a heritage grape variety that has gained international recognition in recent years. The valley's characteristics, such as its Mediterranean climate, diverse soils, and the influence of rivers, provide ideal conditions for cultivating this variety.

 

Century-old vineyards and traditional winemaking practices contribute authenticity and character to Pais wines, known for their freshness, fruity flavors, and spicy notes.

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Itata

Itata Valley has gained international fame thanks to its unique characteristics in wine production. Its cool climate and the influence of the Pacific Ocean provide ideal conditions for the cultivation of varieties such as Muscat of Alexandria and Cinsault. Wines from the Itata Valley are known for their freshness, aromatic expressiveness, vibrant acidity, and elegance on the palate. This combination of factors has positioned the Itata Valley as a globally recognized wine region.

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