Aconcagua Valley, CHILE
El Escorial Winery

El Escorial Winery

The Viña El Escorial is a "Family Vineyard" and is located in Panquehue, in the heart of the Aconcagua Valley, one hour from Santiago and five minutes from the city of San Felipe.
With an average temperature of 16ºC and a moderate climate within the Aconcagua Valley, they make this sector ideal for the planting of wine grapes, where its tradition is centenary. We work with state-of-the-art technology and carefully studied processes.
In our vineyard, you will have the possibility of knowing the process of wine making in all its stages, being able to taste our wines in the barrels and our best bottles in the underground cellar.

Our wines range from the most traditional grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah, Malbec, to some less known as Cabernet Franc, Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot, Zinfandel, Sangiovese and others. You can enjoy our "Cornisa" Tall Wine, awarded in England, produced at 1,600 meters altitude, on the way to Portillo and our outstanding Late Harvest of muscat grapes
Mail :
Direccion: Km 1,6 Camino antiguo El Escorial (E-643) Panquehue, San Felipe.
Telefono: 56 (34) 259 1390
Sitio Web: https://www.elescorial.cl/

Los Vinos de El Escorial Winery

Aconcagua Valley

Located in the V Region of Valparaiso, San Felipe de Aconcagua Province.

It is a flat valley, with a range of 3-4 km and surrounded by hills ranging from 1500-1800 m / s / n / m, the highest being the Culuquén hill that closes the valley to the south to 1,862 m / s / n / m. Most existing vineyards in the area are in the town of Panquehue, located in the great plain, surrounded by small valleys in the interior, such as Catemu or of Llay-Llay, into the valley and following the course of the Aconcagua river, which is the main river, which represents virtually all of the hydrography of the province.

Parrots estuaries, EI Rabuco and melon are also important. The vineyard area is 116 ha and all of them are in irrigation area. It is the latest of the transverse valleys that cross the country from the mountains to the sea.

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