About the Region

Named after the Maule River which runs through the area, it's approximately a three hour (150 mile) drive south from Chile’s capital, Santiago and one of the largest regions for vineyards. Being one of the cooler regions, the whites (especially Sauvignon Blanc) have a wonderful vibrancy whilst the reds have very good structure that allows for ageing. All the internationally renowned grapes are grown in the region, however it’s Carignan that is a real speciality!