The high Maipo Valley, Peñalolén, Santiago

or the partners of the winery the climate and soil are essential to produce quality wine. The chosen terroir is characterized by a poor, rocky soil that enables rooting depth.

A climatic zone of good solar exposure with significant temperature variation, without reaching extremes, no rain at the time of maturity and the harvest of grapes, along with the possibility of watering in the growing season makes this place a great terroir. terroir.

The 18 hectares. of vineyards are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah in the piedmont of the Andes, at an altitude of 700 mts. and density of 4,000 p / ha, trellised with four wires.

The vines are planted in Franc de Pied, ungrafted, due to the absence of phylloxera. The clean and healthy environment limits treatments to the foliage, only the application of sulfur is used for Oidium.

The wines produced in this vineyard are very distinctive and high-quality. The intensity of red fruits like raspberry and cassis, its finesse, elegance and soft tannins are the main characteristics.


Malleco Valley, Traiguen 

Since 1995, Viña Aquitania has developed an innovative and successful project in Traiguen, 650 km south of Santiago in the Malleco Valley, latitude 38 degrees south.

The vineyard is planted with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir vines on a red clay soil, rich in organic matter where the vine has all the elements for a good development and a balanced production of high quality.

The climate of the area in winter is cold with high rainfall, summers are dry and the grape ripening occurs with mild temperatures that preserve the acidity and together with the fine and elegant aromas that are remarkable in the wine.

The weather conditions in Traiguen, the soil in the area and adequate winemaking allow for wines of excellent quality with very good sugar-acid balance, cool, great fruitiness and minerality, uncommon features in Chile.