The first vines were planted in the middle of the 16th century, but it only recently became famous. It receives the influence of the “Camanchaca”, a cold mist that comes from the Pacific Ocean and slides towards the interior of the valley in the mornings, withdrawing as the sun rises. It receives less than 100 mm. of rain per year, meaning that it is drip irrigation that allows the vines to prosper and form strong, deep roots in the mineral soils of the zone. This combination produces fresh wines with mineral overtones.

Rosario Norte 615, of. 2101
Phone (56 2) 2571 5600