This south-west exposure, allows a slow ripening and high fruit concentration. The soils has well structured red clay texture and good drainage, giving the wine intense flavours, structure and minerality.
Clone: Masal Selection (Oregon)
Las Brisas: All the Pacific Ocean influence is reflected in this wine, where the cool sea breezes collide directly in the vineyards, maintaining the fresh temperatures in each plant.
This vineyard has an east exposition, with clay-sandy soils and alluvial stones in its cross-section. This allows an excellent soil formation and root development, resulting in mineral and well structured wines.
Falaris: In the Secano Costero (dry area), this grass grows with the first autumn rains. During the summer, it turns to a pale green-yellow colour, very similar to our Chardonnay.
This vineyards has a North-East exposure, with well structured soil, complemented with red clays and high Calcium Carbonate contents, giving this wine a special minerality and flavour concentration.
Clones: Masal Selection (Oregon)
Cáhuil: In mapudungún ancient language, this name means “place of seagulls”. In the south of Chile, you can find a small place named Cahuil, which are artisans producers of sea salt of Cahuil.
This vineyard has clay soils, with low organic material, but with very good structure, allowing deep root penetration. It has a North- West exposure.
Loica: this Chilean bird is quite similar to a Robin, and it can be found throughout our territory. Its intense red chest makes it very easy to identify.
With a North-West sun exposure, this soil contains red clays, stones and it is inlaid with granite, giving a soft minerality and great mouth freshness to this wine.
Clone: Masal Selection
Neblina: this coastal fog (neblina) gets inside the Maipo River basin, cooling the area and clearing in the morning.
With a south-west exposure, this vineyard has clay-sandy texture soils, inlaid with granite and high silica content. Due to its high porosity it has excellent root penetration, giving freshness, minerality and even a saline touch to this Sauvignon Blanc.
Clone: Davis 1
Garuma: Along the Chilean coast lives this small and unique seagull.
This unique vineyard has two exposures, one North and the other one South, allowing different harvest timings and providing complexity to the wine. The minerality and elegance is given by the granitic soil, with high clay concentrations and good structure.
Clone: Masal Selection
Kadún: this word means grey colour in mapudungun, language spoken by our indigenous culture, the Mapuches.
This “red” spot has high clay concentration, with low organic material, good structure and deep radicular penetration, consequently, this wine has excellent mouth concentration and a good tannin support. The vineyard is located in the warmer sector with north-west exposure
Canelo: this is the Mapuche’s sacred tree, in which they believed it had magical attributes. Furthermore, for this ancient culture, the Canelo branch was a symbol of peace and where agreement ceremonies took place.