The Colchgüa Valley is located on the southern slope of the Rapel Valley, and has evolved in the last fifteen years from a quiet stretch of farmland to one of the largest and most active wine regions in the country. The relatively low elevation of the coastal hills allows the Pacific breeze to interact with the Andean winds, cooling the valley and prolonging the maturation period of the region which benefits the wine. The vast majority of the wine produced here is red, with a particular propensity for fine Cabernet Sauvignon and Carménère, although recent plantations near the coast have also proven excellent for cold-climate white wines. The Panul vineyards are located on a row of hills where there are more than 110 hectares of organic grapes. In the language of the ancient inhabitants, Panul means ‘hug’. Just as its name suggests, Panul wines are from select vineyard sites which hug the land from which they come from.

Colchagua Valley,
7.9°c to 23.8°c
34.6761° S
71.0973° W

Reserva Sauvignon Blanc
Reserva Chardonnay
Reserva Carmenere
Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon

Victor Baeza

Organic Principles
Sustainable Winegrowing