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Our vineyards can be found from the mountains in the east to the Pacific coast in the west in the Maipo Valley, one of the principal and best-known zones in Chile for the production of world-class wines, lending unique characteristics to the terroir of each of our wines.

Cerro Blanco

Maipo Alto

Cerro Blanco Estate, 112 hectares.

The name Cerro Blanco is due thanks to the calcium carbonate, or limestone, present in the waters of the Maipo River, and whose waters irrigate the vineyards of the zone.

Cerro Blanco is a mountainous vineyard located at 1,000 meters a.s.l. This makes it one of the highest vineyards in the valley, and because of this altitude, it has a large diurnal temperature range.

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El Peral

Maipo Medio

El Peral Estate, 45 hectares.

The vineyards are located on the Banks of the Maipo River, and are bathed in the mist that rises off the tributary in the mornings. This particular condition allows us to obtain very aromatic wines with very good acidity. The wines are the living embodiment of fresh fruit.

This zone, one of the most renowned and traditional in Chile, has flat soils, alluvial in origin and rocky, suited for both red and white grapes.

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Maipo Costa

Leyda Estate, 40 hectares.

A vineyard influenced by the cool coastal climate, average high temperatures are 24–25ºC in summer, but with lots of wind and sun that produce wines with great aromatic expression, high natural acidity, and a great presence of ripe fresh fruit without hints of greenness.

The grapes ripen slowly, producing vibrant and mineral white wines and aromatic and complex reds.

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