This winery has a 300 year old tradition ... they originally
came from Italy and settled in the Maule Valley. They work with
their own grapes, and watch the process from start to finish.
After generations of agriculture, the Bisquertt family turned
its attention to wine in the Colchagua Valley. The past twenty
years have shown the fruits of their labours.
Viñedos J. Bouchon
Santiago winery producing Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot
and Sauvignon Blanc.
A winery founded by the Californian winery expert Mondavi, this
lovely site has lots of information on Chile and the Calliterra
Carta Viejas was founded in 1825 in the Maule Valley. The winery
has been winning many awards for their cabernets, merlots, chardonnays,
and other wines.
Casas del Toqui
This Spanish site describes the wines of the Casas del Toqui:
Cabernets, chardonnays, semillon. They are located in the Cachapoal
Viña Concha and Toro
Still under construction, this page will soon describe the world-renouned
wines of this famous winery.
Cono Sur Vineyard and Winery
A modern winery in Chimbarongo, Chile, Cono Sur Vineyards garners
much praise for their fine Gewurztraminer and Pinot Noir.
Viña Cousino Macul
They make a Finis Terrae, which is a cabernet/merlot blend. They
also make Chardonnays, Merlots, and other varieties.
De Martino Wines
De Martino Wines are owned by the Famiglia De Martino, an Italian
family committed to the art of fine wine making who came to Chile
over sixty years ago.
The history of "La Oriental" dates back over 150 years.
Radolfo Donoso brought back from France the first ever vines
to planted in the Maule region.
Viña Echeverria is a long-established Chilean family owned
and managedestate winery oriented to produce high quality wines.
Errazuriz is made up of the Don Maximiano Estate, El Ceibo Estate,
La Escultura Estate, and El Descanso Estate.
A new winery devoted to good and complex wines. Compiling the
best of tradition and the benefits of modernity.
Viña Manquehue S.A.
Vineyards in the Colchagua Valley, worked since the 1920s. They
produce a series of sparkling wines, plus a sauvignon blanc and
a cabernet sauvignon.
State of the art wines from 600 acres in the Colchagua Valley,
including a Cabernet Sauvignon, a Chardonnay, and merlot.
Los Robles Vinos
Visionary viticulturists from the province of Curicó founded,
more than half a century ago, the Los Robles Vineyard group,
located in the privileged central Chilean zone.
A few small privately owned vineyards from the Pirque, Linderos,
Rancagua and Peumo areas and some of our own grown from the Sagrada
Viña San Pedro
With a history tracing back to 1865, San Pedro's wines include
a Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc.
Viña Santa Amalia
"Viña Santa Amalia" was established in 1850,
making it one of the oldest vineyards in Chile.
Viña Santa Carolina
This gorgeous site describes how the winery first began in 1875.
Their merlots and cabernets garner rave reviews from top magazines,
as do the rest of their wines.
Viña Santa Rita S.A.
Founded in 1880, this vineyard has a long and distinguished history.
The beautiful web page has exact details on where the grapes
are grown and how they are treated.
Stone Lake creates a Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot,
and Pinot Noir.
Viñedos Torreon de Paredes
Located 100k south of Santiago, this winery produces award-winning
wines of distinction - a Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc,
Viña Undurraga is world known for their Cabernet Sauvignon,
Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Sauvignon Blanc.
The Wines of Chile
Looking for more details about this fine country, or even books
and reviews? This site has information on the climate of wine,
and interviews with winemakers.