Viña Vistamar is completely renewing itself starting today. Not only are its wines getting new names, but its image is also being refreshed with simple and minimalist lines that aim to represent its essence: a winery that creates vertically structured, elegant wines with great freshness, coming from the most relevant valleys in Chile.

Since Viña Vistamar was created in 1997, its focus has been on observing and studying nature. A key aspect of its wines is the search for fresh places influenced by the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, with conditions that help the vines to mature slowly and without hurry.

Thus, over these 26 years, Viña Vistamar has managed to make vertically structured wines that stand out for their elegance and, above all, great freshness, in addition to coming from the most relevant and recognized wine-growing valleys in Chile.

New image, new names, new winemaker

From its inception, Viña Vistamar has wanted to express a fresh, unique, and very own style, especially selecting its fields to find origins with climate and soil that allow and respect the slow ripening of the fruit. In the coastal area, its vineyards are influenced by the Humboldt Current, which cools the valleys and generates morning fogs. In the mountainous area, on the other hand, its vineyards are refreshed by the Andean winds that blow from the mountains, resulting in great temperature differences between day and night, which translates into greater balance and verticality in the wines.

It is with this vision that Viña Vistamar renews itself today. First, through the mastery of its authorship. Starting today, winemaker Daniela Salinas takes the lead at Vistamar, transmitting her experience, passion, and style into the wines. Likewise, Vistamar also renews its image, highlighting the importance of its fresh origins, such as the sea and mountains in its graphics, with simple and minimalist lines that reaffirm the elegance and freshness of the brand and the great relevance of its different terroirs. Additionally, it changes the names of several of its lines, giving importance and identity to the place from which they come.

Thus, the new Viña Vistamar portfolio is composed as follows. Its Brisa line retains its name but renews its image, giving greater prominence to the strategic position of its vineyards in the Central Valley, which enjoy coastal breezes, Andean winds, or the pure air of the countryside.

The Reserva line now takes the name Bordevalle Reserva. Its wines are made with grapes from high-quality terroirs such as the Pacific coast, the foothills of the Andes Mountains, or the hills of Maule, and this is conveyed by its new image, which references these origins in the valleys of Casablanca, Cachapoal Andes, and Maule.

The Single Estate wines, in turn, will now be called Eje Costa Gran Reserva for the Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir varieties from the Casablanca Valley, and Eje Andes Gran Reserva for the Carmenere, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties from the Maipo Valley. They receive this name because the vineyards are located in the most important axes of Chile, where they take influence from the mountains and the sea, contributing to thermal regulation. This is a line of superior, expressive wines that are very faithful to their origin.

In the case of the Corte de Campo line wines, their new name is Eje Red Blend Gran Reserva for the Cabernet Sauvignon/Petite Syrah/Petit Verdot blend and Eje White Blend Gran Reserva for the Chardonnay/Viognier blend. These wines represent the creativity of the winery. They are small productions of innovative and modern blends, made to be enjoyed slowly, appreciating their quality and the perfect balance between freshness and complexity.

Finally, the Vistamar Gran Reserva wines now receive the name Block, seeking to highlight and give importance to the exact block from which their grapes come. These wines are made with grapes from the best block of each vineyard, located in valleys recognized for their exceptional quality.