Sierra Batuco is a pioneer in this newly discovered viticultural zone of Chile. Our wines reflect the freshness of the climate and the concentration of slowly matured grapes. Chile´s Coastal Mountains are an extensive range of graceful rolling hills that separate the fertile Central Valley from the Pacific Ocean. The range doesn’t form snowcaps in winter, so there is no snowmelt for irrigation during the long dry summers. It is a forgotten land, barely cultivated, and sparsely populated. However, it is a viticultural paradise. Altitude and proximity to the Pacific Ocean keep daytime temperatures cool, and the deep clay soils retain just enough humidity so our vines grow moderately and mature their grapes slowly.