The Colchagua Valley is located 181km south of Santiago and 45km from the coast. The Coastal Mountain Range allows for sea breeze to enter the valley, playing a key role in reducing afternoon temperatures. This effect is particularly important during the maturation period.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah y Carménère.
Características del valle
Highly influenced by the Coastal Mountain Range. Very dry and warm climate; dry summers and rainy winters. The average annual temperature is 14.9ºC (57ºF), and average annual precipitation is 595 mm.
Volcanic, with a clay, clay loam and sandy texture.