Total hectares: 102 | Total acres: 252
The Maipo Valley is within the Metropolitan Region of Santiago. Its soils are alluvial in origin, rich in minerals, have a clay-silt-loam texture and good permeability. The climate is stable, with warm, dry summers and short, mild winters. Its geographic location allows it to produce wines with different degrees of fruitiness, aroma, and color.
It is a region that stands out for producing Cabernet Sauvignon with great character. This area was a pioneer in the country’s vitivinicultural development and therefore has expanded significantly to include a broad variety of grapes.