The Aconcagua Valley is located one hundred kilometers north of the capital, Santiago de Chile, and is one of the pioneering areas in the cultivation of vines in the Andean country. The climate and the location of the Aconcagua Valley are factors that come together, resulting in being exceptional for the good production and development of the vineyards.




Founded in Viña Errazuriz in 1870 with a great vision of the future, an innovative and pioneering spirit, it planted the first French vines in the Aconcagua Valley. His drive and creativity are passed on to future generations and, in just over a century, his descendants consolidated the winery and positioned their wines among the most renowned in the world. The Errazuriz winery is currently one of the main references of the successful wine sector in Chile. The valley is where the bulk of the vineyards are concentrated, where the classic Bordeaux varieties are grown, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot, as well as Malbec and Syrah.



The purest expression of Valle de Aconcagua

Arboleda was baptized with this name as a tribute to the more than 1,450 hectares of native forest preserved among its sustainably managed vineyards.

Viña Arboleda was founded in 1999 by Chilean vintner Eduardo Chadwick. The philosophy behind this project is to produce terroir wines that reveal the purest expression of its unique vineyards in the Aconcagua Valley.