Maule Valley is in the southern part of Chile's Central Valley. This area is home to the largest vineyards in Chile and has a tradition of growing grapes going back to the 17th century.
Between the Andes and the Chilean Coast Range, the Maule Valley benefits from a significant temperature variation between day and night, with its rainy season restricted mainly to winter. These conditions permits us to make terrific grapes, with lots of colour, flavour and aromas.
These wines are very popular in the trade.