Maipo Valley, CHILE
Concha y Toro Vineyard

Concha y Toro Vineyard

The history of Concha y Toro vineyard dates back to 1883, when the family of Don Melchor Concha y Toro and Emiliana Subercausaux Doña give life and founded one of the country's largest wine companies and one of the most important that exists today in the world. Throughout its 130-year history, Concha y Toro has become synonymous with tradition, receiving numerous awards for the quality of its wines and the image of the company. What's more, for 3 years, the vineyard has been recognized as the "Most Admired Wine Brand World" ??, which confirms the great work that the different generations have grown up around it.

Today, Concha y Toro has over 9,000 hectares distributed in 51 vineyards in the country, located between the Valle del Limari and Maule. In addition, abroad, it maintains 1,154 hectares vineyard in Mendoza and 464 in California, making it the most important in terms of vineyard area in the world.

All this is certainly a major attraction for the thousands of foreigners who wear our country each year and that is why, in the vineyard has developed an important work related to tourism.
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Direccion: Av. Nueva Tajamar 481, Torre Norte, P 15, Las Condes
Telefono: 56 2 24765000
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Los Vinos de Concha y Toro Vineyard

Maipo Valley

In full metropolitan region is one of the areas with more wine tradition of the country, next to the Rio Maipo. It was in this area where the first vines benefited from excellent weather conditions and soil between the Andes mountains and the coast were founded. It currently has some 10,000 hectares planted.

With taking advantage of the Mediterranean climate with frost at specific times, the finest wines of the country, especially Cabernet Sauvignon strain emerges with its intense color, delicate aromas and fruity tones are removed.

The vineyards are located throughout the Maipo Valley, along the river of the same name, from the foothills of the Andes, at a height of 800 m / s / n / m to Isla de Maipo and Talagante to southwest of Santiago. This area is inserted into the head of the Central Valley. Its natural boundaries are, on the east, the Andes and the west, the Cordillera de la Costa; It has a natural slope from east to west in the first reaching 1,000 m / s / n / m and descending to the west with an average of 500-600 m / s / n / m. For its topography, growing grapes varies within just mentioned heights, usually ranging gentle slopes. The most relevant and nearby rivers are the Maipo and Mapocho, both torrential flow in the months of rain and snowmelt coming from the Andes.