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Chile

Santa Carolina

Santa Carolina is part of Carolina Wine Brands, one of Chile’s main winemaking groups. It is currently owned by the agro-industrial group Watt’s S.A., property of the Larraín family. With over 140 years of history, it is one of Chile’s oldest vineyards.

Viña Santa Carolina is Carolina Wine Brands’ emblematic brand, with strong presence worldwide. Its main markets are: Canada, Brazil, Japan, Chile, Mexico, China and USA. During the last 3 years the vineyard have been able to grow and develop, reaching sales of 25 million bottles of fine premium wines.

Santa Carolina has a diverse portfolio, offering its consumers excellent quality wines in all price ranges.

Viña Casablanca

Viña Casablanca is the boutique winery of the Carolina Wine Brands holding, one of Chile’s premier wine producers, which for more than 140 years has been producing and selling high quality wines to consumers all over the world. 
Owned by the Larraín family, CWB is part of the Watt’s S.A. holding.
Viña Casablanca began its operations in 1992 and its area under vine currently consists of 80 hectares distributed mostly in the Nimbus, El Chaparro, and La Vinilla Estates.
In 2011, Viña Casablanca signed a Joint Venture agreement with Laroche Chile –a member of the French holding AdVini

Antares

Antares is the brightest star in the southern sky of Chile, a symbol for explorers, the starlight for adventurous people. Fresh and easy to drink wines, appealing to travellers and explorers of the world, adventurous people who like to discover unknown corners of the planet. Vibrant wines originated close to the Patagonia, in the South hemisphere, among volcanic valleys with maritime influence and seducing breezes. Antares is an invitation to discover Chile and to understand the world you live in.

Almaviva

Almaviva was established in 1996 by Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Château Mouton-Rothschild and Concha y Toro. Their aim was to create the first Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé equivalent in Chile. With 40 hectares of Concha y Toro's best Puente Alto vineyards being dedicated to the task and the steady hand of Patrick Leon (winemaker at Mouton and Opus One), the results have been nothing short of spectacular.

Located in the Maipo Valley, in Chile's central zone, Puente Alto was recognized over twenty years ago as offering ideal conditions for growing the Cabernet Sauvignon grape. It is here that 85 hectares have been reserved exclusively for Almaviva.

Characteristic features of Puente Alto include its stony soil, cold, rainy winters, and the hot days and cool nights of its summers. The Almaviva vineyard is tended with meticulous care from pruning to harvest. A revolutionary underground drip irrigation system has been installed, making it possible to deliver the precise amount of water that each vine needs with a constant concern for quality.

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