With a winemaking tradition dating back to the 19th century, the Curicó Valley is to this day, with centuries-old vineyards, one of the most revered, diverse and largest winegrowing areas in Chile. The region presents a wide diversity of soils of volcanic and alluvial origins, with loamy and clayey textures, of different contents and levels of moisture retention, which also allows choosing the most appropriate soil condition for each variety and thereby expressing its maximum potential. The Mediterranean climate, with hot days with adequate solar radiation and also cold nights, provides the temperature range necessary to obtain quality grapes. Similarly, the annual rainfall of 600mm, concentrated mainly in the winter months, creates a vital balance between the vigor of the plants and the production of healthy grapes. This especially favors the production of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc, which are the main varieties planted in the valley.