Several of the most important and classic wineries in Chile are based in the Maipo Valley, where the country's great Cabernet Sauvignon comes from, many of them defined by the influence of the Andes Mountains and the Maipo River. The most prestigious valley in Chile, has, with all property, a space earned among the terroirs of the world.
The terroir is the one that finally generates diversity in the wines, those particular bottles that when we taste or taste refer to a specific place. More and more similar wines are made, hence the importance of rescuing those terroirs and putting them in value.
This valley has an area of 11,971 hectares, of which 94% are planted with red varieties, mainly Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Carménère.
The Cabernet Sauvignon from the Maipo Valley are among the best in the world, given their tannic potential and aromatic character. The red wines of this area are characterized by their aging potential and their great structure.

Maipo Valley wines