Viña Arboleda

Viña Arboleda (meaning 'grove of trees') was founded in 1999 by Chilean winemaker, and Decanter Man of the year, Eduardo Chadwick.

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This region lies 100km north of Chile’s capital city Santiago, and is named after the mighty Mount Aconcagua, the highest peak in the western hemisphere that also lends its name to a river that runs down to the Pacific. Open to the ocean, the Valle de Aconcagua (Aconcagua Valley) enjoys a variety of climates as it meanders its way from the Andes to the ocean; as a result the region is officially divided into two viticultural sub-regions reflecting its climatic influences: the Aconcagua Costa and Valle de Aconcagua.

The philosophy behind the Arboleda project is to craft single-vineyard wines that reveal the purest expression of each unique terroir of the Aconcagua Valley, matching specific grape varieties to specific sites. Arboleda’s grapes are grown in two estate-owned vineyards: some in Chilhué, located in Quillota in the sub-region of Aconcagua Costa (just 12km from the cold Pacific Ocean) and the others at Las Vertientes (a warmer zone located further inland).

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