Total hectares: 33 | Total acres: 82
This valley belongs to Chile’s 8th Region (Bio-Bío) and is 550 km (342 mi) south of Santiago. The valley’s warm days and cold nights allow for a long ripening period. It has high annual precipitation, strong winds, and more extreme conditions than those found in the north of the country.
The grapes grown in this valley are primarily those that need lower temperatures to develop properly. We grow unique and authentic Sauvignon Blanc as well as other varietal with great potential such as Pinot Noir and Riesling at our “Mulchén” estate.