Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.
The winery has over 3,000 hectares planted across the prestigious valleys of Limarí (131 hectares), Casablanca (314 hectares), Leyda (90 hectares), Maipo (796 hectares), Colchagua (1.043 hectares), Curicó (458 hectares) and Maule (131 hectares).
This great geographical diversity has allowed our vine growers and winemakers to produce a wide range of high quality wines, marked by their individual terroir.
Located in the Region of Coquimbo, at a latitude of 30°LS. The Limarí property is 28km (17.5 miles) from the Pacific Ocean and 400km (248.5 miles) north of Santiago.see more
The Casablanca Valley is located in the Region of Valparaiso. The vineyards are 80km (49.7 miles) from Santiago and 26km from the Pacific Ocean.see more
The Leyda Valley is located in the Coastal Mountain Range, just 14km from the Pacific Ocean, within the sub-region of the San Antonio Valleysee more
Located in the Metropolitan Region, 40km south of Santiago, at the foothills of the Andes Mountains.see more
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.see more
Located in Premium wine production region, the Apalta Valley is inserted in the middle of the Colchagua Valley, 190 kilometers south of Santiago.see more
The Curicó Valley is located 200 km south of Santiago. It is one of the most renowned and diverse winemaking regions in Chile. It is characterized by well-drained soil and a high temperature variation between day and night.see more
Rapel Valley, located 181km south of Santiago and 45km from the coast, is considered one of the most extensive valleys in central Chile and produces a large diversity of grapes.see more