Casa Santiago

NAmed after the founder's first name, Casa Santiago is the entry door to Requingua wines. Fresh harvest wines with varietal typiciy.

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Los Riscos

Los Riscos wines proudly take their namefrom the steep rocky mountains that border the vineyards in Curico Valley

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Arte Noble

Winemaking is an art who's outcome is a unique creation. Arte Noble offers the typicity of the local grapes enhanched by the winemaker's craft.

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Puerto Viejo

Since 1961, our family owned winery has been producing estate grown, estate bottled wines from our 3,000 acres of planted vineyards. These vineyards give us the capacity to produce over 20 million liters annually. With vineyards in 3 valleys, we are able to produce various styles of wines in several levels. Our winery produces wines from, Reserve levels. Our focus is on quality and thanks to having an office in the United States with an import license we can provide extraordinary value to our consumers.

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Toro de Piedra

This is Viña Requingua’s Gran Reserve range with great intensity, fruit and complexity. All the red wines are aged in American and French Oak barrles for over 12 months

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Potro de Piedra

This is Viña Requingua’s Family Reserve with great intensity, lenght and complexity. Aged in American and French Oak barrles for over 18 months.

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Viña Requingua’s Icon wine ... Best kept secret !!!

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Viña Alto Roble

Alto Roble translates into tall oak tree. In Chile oak trees represent strength, stability and nobility. They try to reflect this in the way they do business. Exclusiveness, creativity, and professionalism are the pillars of their work. At Alto Roble, they believe that 90% of the winemaking process is carried out in the grapevine itself. Their vineyards are the essence of their work. Exclusiveness, creativity, and professionalism are the pillars of their work. Their vast vineyards are located at piedmont in a privileged terroir, which guaranties the quality of their grapes. Out of an overall surface of 1,000 hectares, 500 are planted with various vines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carmenère, Syrah, Malbec, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Late Harvest.

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Viña Tunquelen

Viña Tunquelen is a very special place in chile, with unique characteristics. The privileged microclimate creates perfect conditions for a large variety of wine grapes. For their founder, Guillermo Achurra, Viña Tunquelen represents a magical place. We invite you to discover the magic of Viña Tunquelen in each one of their bottles.

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Galan Vineyards

In the early 1900's Manuel Galan Nilo came to Molina as the new doctor of the village. A few years later in 1914 he bought his first vineyard “Los Olivos” which marked the first steps of the family in the wine world. His youngest son Alvaro Galan Besoain became a respected wine broker in Chile after many years in the wine business. It was he who decided in 1991 to buy the current vineyards together with his sons in order to put their passion into practice. Alvaro, the eldest, is now general manager and his brothers Jorge and Francisco are oenologist and commercial manager respectively. The vineyards are close to the national park of Los Siete Tazas (The Seven Cups) where the river Claro created seven waterfalls with respective tubs (Tazas) over thousands of years. In this beautiful setting, the Galan family now produces some of the best wines in the region, which are exported to more than 20 countries.

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