Located from the foothills of the Andes mountain range, at a height of 800 meters above sea level, to Isla de Maipo and Talagante southwest of Santiago.
The area has a warm temperate climate. It has a dry summer, from December to March, with an average maximum temperature of 25 ° C. This area is partially influenced by the Pacific anticyclone, which determines a concentration of rainfall between the months of April and September with an annual average of 330 mm.
Alluvial soils of volcanic origin, weak in nutrients, which allows a homogeneous load of fruit in the plant.
These grounds give birth to renowned wines such as Terunyo, Marques de Casa Concha and Casillero del Diablo.