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This distinctive and elegant Chilean Chardonnay expresses the unique character of Las Petras vineyard in the valley of Casablanca. After discovering the great potential of the Casablanca valley, Concha y Toro launched the Amelia brand in 1993. Amelia was the first ultra-premium Chardonnay from Chile and the iconic Concha y Toro white wine.


Domain of Origin (D.O.): Las Petras Vineyard, Casablanca Valley

Origin: Las Petras Vineyard, Casablanca Valley, near to the coast of central Chile.

Soil: The fertility of the red clay soil is low in the upper part of the vineyard, moderate in the middle, and good in the lower sector.
These soils, coupled with the cold climate and abundant wind, determine the low, concentrated yields of Chardonnay produced in the vineyard.

Climate: The vineyard is southwest-facing and features cloudy mornings and cool, windy days that allow the grapes to ripen gradually and be harvested later.


  • Amelia 2009: 90 pts. | Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate | February 2012
  • Amelia 2008:  N°1. | Moscow Tasting | October 2011
  • Amelia 2007: 91 pts. | Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate | April 2009
  • Amelia 2006: 93 pts. | Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate | October 2008
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