Concha y Toro


Location: 35°25′36″S 71°40′18″W


Syrah, Mabec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Viognier, Carmenere, Merlot, Riesling y Petit Syrah.


Located in Talca, specifically in the Pencahue Valley.


The climate is quite dry and warm in summer, which allows us to arrive early to harvest time with grapes of intense color and good maturity.


We also found two types of soils quite defined in this area of Maule: granitic and loamy clay soils in places with more hills, limited in depth and somewhat irregular, helping in the final quality of the wines from Lourdes. The other type of soil is much more fertile and deep; mainly francs and with some silt, which also help with varietal lines.


In the midst of the great climatic diversity and geographical extension that the Maule Valley offers, one of the most important fruit and wine regions in Chile, is Lourdes, the largest farm in Concha y Toro. With 1,030 hectares and more than 15 varieties planted, 96% of them are red due to the exceptional aptitudes that Syrah, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon present in the area.