Casablanca Valley, CHILE


Veramonte has its beginnings in the late 90 in Casablanca, a valley until then unknown in the scene of the wine industry. Agustin Huneeus, a pioneer of wine in Chile and great visionary, was the first to invest seriously in the area. Today, Veramonte is part Gonzalez Byass, a family business founded in 1835, which has passed its values through five generations.

Casablanca is situated at the foot of the Cordillera de la Costa. The vineyards, surrounded by 2500 hectares of native forests, receive breezes and morning fogs that blow in from the Pacific Ocean moderating temperatures and establishment ideal for growing white varieties (Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay) and red cool weather conditions (Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah).

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Los Vinos de Veramonte

Casablanca Valley

This valley began planting vines in 1982 with just 20 hectares. Already in 1992 the country had 700 hectares planted, which at the moment are over a thousand, with about 25 wineries installed. It is located 80 kilometers from Santiago and 41 km of Valparaiso.

The cultivation of the vine is done in areas that do not exceed 400 meters above sea level. 90% of the total planted area corresponds to the strains of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Merlot. Its location gives it a mild and stable thanks to the coastal breezes, average annual temperature reaches 14.4 degrees Celsius, but suffers from frost in June and August, while in summer reaches 25 degrees Celsius weather. As for rainwater are between the months of May and October, the rest of the year is dry. The weather conditions are conducive to its wines are characterized by their intense fruitiness, compared to other valleys of Chile and the world.

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