Maule Valley


The Maule Valley is located 155 miles south of Santiago, Chile’s capital city. A hugely significant wine-producing region for Chile, it is responsible for much of the country's export wine. The size of the region permits a range of distinct microclimates suitable for both red and white wines, though it is best known for its powerful Cabernet Sauvignon and aromatic and spicy Carménère wines. Rich and volcanic soils predominate in the area, although certain parts of the valley have varying soil types, like the Empedrado area which is dominated by slate soils.

Wines from Maule Valley...