Situated on the coastal plain between Santiago and Valparaiso, bordering the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Andes Mountains to the East
280 to 390 meters above sea level
Oceanic influence in the afternoons and fair winter temperatures
Red clay on top of granitic decomposed soil, rich in quartz and iron
Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Noir
The Casablanca Valley has a cool, maritime climate with lots of sunshine, not unlike the Marlborough region of New Zealand, and perfect for growing Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir grapes. The long growing season produces grapes that retain their natural aromatics and bright acidity while developing generous fruit flavors.