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Chile is the benchmark of Latin American winemaking. It’s comprised of six winemaking regions each with iconic grape varieties, the Carmenere being the country’s leading type of grape.

Viña Cousiño Macul

Founder of the eponymous wine in 1856, Matías Cousiño passed down precious expertise that was a product of the family legacy. Cousiño Macul is today run by the sixth generation of his direct descendants.

Character and tradition

The three brothers Arturo, Emilio and Carlos Cousiño are presently at the helm of Cousiño Macul, the only Chilean vineyard from the 19th century that is still in operation today. The strength of the producer stems from its desire to position itself as a leader while at the same time operating with a respect for tradition, the sharing of strong values and the excellence of their wines.
For Carlos Cousiño, company president, the primary mission is to produce world-class wines that are unmistakeably Chilean, with a character that expresses the unique flavours of the Maipo Valley. Their elegant, well-rounded white and red wines exude an abundance of fruit, with distinct identities that delight the palate.

Viña Cousiño Macul, it's also

  • Don Matias
  • Isidora
  • Finis Terrae

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