Colchagua Valley

(34°26’08.2″S 71°23’11.4″W)

Type of Soil: Clay
Distance to the Coast: 36 miles
Elevation: 450 ft
Average Temperature: 73°F
Planted Vines: 600 acres
Irrigation: Drip

The Colchagua Valley is situated 130 km (81 mi) south of the Chilean capital of Santiago, the southernmost portion of the Rapel Valley. The area has a Mediterranean, moderately dry, and warm climate, with four clearly defined seasons including warm summers and rainy winters (annual rainfall of 595 mm (23.2 in)). Our grapes are slow ripening with high daily temperatures, which maintains acidity, color intensity, and bold flavors in red varieties.