The wines are all estate grown in the Loncomilla Valley in the coastal dry area of the Maule Valley, some 250km from Santiago. Its climate is temperate Mediterranean, with warm summers and temperatures that reach highs of 30°C and cool nights (10°C) which helps to concentrate the flavours and develop more complex aromas. This rare climate inspired them to apply the concept of dry farming, without irrigation. The rainfall in winter and early spring is essential to the system and has sole responsibility for providing the vines with water for the duration of the growing season.


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