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Concha y Toro’s policy of diversification has led it to broaden its horizons, making new investments and forming new winery subsidiaries.

The objective: to achieve a wider scope and diversity in its range of products.
Each subsidiary, with its own brand strategy, develops a portfolio of wines with a unique character that reflect their origin, history and the values they represent.
The Concha y Toro group currently has productive subsidiaries in Chile, Argentina and California, USA.


Viña Concha y Toro

Viña Concha y Toro has been making quality wines representative of their place of origin since its beginnings in 1883.

The winery has undergone a profound modernization since the middle of the 20th Century. Investments have been directed to the development of own vineyards and the adoption of the latest wine-making technologies, plus a strong expansion into external markets.

Today, through the development of its own vineyards, Concha y Toro has a very wide variety of zones and varieties to produce wines that are distinctive of their origin. This deep wine-making tradition, aligned with the challenges imposed by present times, has enabled the company to develop a portfolio of quality wines consistent over time and all recognized under the same banner: Concha y Toro.

Concha y Toro’s passion for creating great wines has won it important international accolades. The high scores obtained by the lines Terrunyo, Marques de Casa Concha and Trio have been added to the excellence of Don Melchor, Carmín de Peumo and Amelia. There is also the growing preference for Casillero del Diablo, the first Chilean global wine brand.

Its recognition for the second consecutive year as the Most Admired Wine Brand in the World reflects the international spread and solid position of the Concha y Toro brand.


Viña Cono Sur

Created in 1993 in response to a growing international demand for quality wines. It currently reaches over 50 markets around the world.

Cono Sur is a young and innovative company. It has positioned itself as a New World brand, with a fresh and modern approach to grape growing and winemaking.

Passion, quality and innovation are the values that guide and inspire it. Cono Sur’s wines are among the best-selling Chilean wine brands in the demanding British market.


Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos

Following various studies of the potential of the region of Mendoza and with the intention of producing better-quality wines for the international markets, Concha y Toro founded Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos in Argentina.

Concha y Toro has thus, since 1997, been able to complement its own range of products with traditional Argentine varieties like Malbec y Bonarda, which are sold under the brand name Trivento in Europe, America and Asia.


Viña Almaviva

The Almaviva wine exists thanks to the joint venture between Concha y Toro and Baron Philippe de Rothschild, responsible for Chateau Mouton Rothschild in Bordeaux, France.

Combining great winemaking traditions and innovations, the main objective of this partnership was to create an exceptional wine in the heart of the valley of the Maipo, in Chile. And every vintage of Almaviva has expressed this vision since its first harvest in 1996.

Almaviva is produced from 63 hectares of the exclusive and recognized terroir of Puente Alto, in the upper part of the Maipo valley. It is a unique wine prepared under the concept of French Chateau and whose final blend includes three different varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere and Cabernet Franc.


Viña Maipo

Viña Maipo has consolidated a wide range of products that includes reserve, varietal and bi-varietal wines. This attractive portfolio, developed according to the needs of the consumers in the different market segments, has enabled it to position the brand in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

The dynamism of Viña Maipo is the result of the development of an own distribution network, which covers around 45 countries, that assures it an important coverage for the brand’s growth.


Viña Palo Alto

Viña Palo Alto was created in 2006 as a unique, innovative and different wine of the most classic lines of Concha y Toro. With strong winemaking support, Palo Alto combines a blending of the best grapes from three specific vineyards in the valley of the Maule (central Chile): San Clemente (Cabernet Sauvignon), Villa Alegre (Carmenere) and Pencahue (Syrah). With a modern attitude, Palo Alto breaks the classic lines of the world of wine and presents a revolutionary style and an attractive presentation that is able to interpret present consumers.


Viña Maycas del Limarí

Viña Maycas del Limarí was created in 2007, a super premium vineyard in the north of Chile. The cellar began with its special reserve (Reserva Especial) line: innovative wines with a mineral, fresh and elegant style.

The winery currently has 500 hectares planted on five estates in the valley of Limarí, and is oriented to the development of new lines and varieties whose packaging and concept are inspired by the Inca culture.

Viña Maycas del Limarí has three product lines:

- Reserva Especial, which includes four varieties: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Reserva, with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Syrah and Syrah Rosé.
- Ícono, with Quebrada Seca, which represents the best Chardonnay from the same area in the valley of Limarí.


Viña Canepa

Viña Canepa was founded in 1930 by José Canepa Vacarezza, who came from the city of Chiavari, Italy, and found in Chile the terroir for transferring all the Italian tradition and experience, impressing a unique, elegant and innovative character on its wines.

Viña Canepa is a company of recognized tradition and elegance. Its product line includes “Finísimo”, launched on the market in 1960 and recognized as one of the best Chilean premium wines.

In 2007, Viña Canepa signed a trading agreement with Viña Concha y Toro, which includes the sale of its product portfolio on the Chilean and international markets.

Canepa is today oriented to the production of fine wines, satisfying a larger number of consumers through the global sales network of Viña Concha y Toro.


Fetzer Vineyards (California, USA)

In April 2011, Viña Concha y Toro acquired Fetzer Vineyards, a company founded in 1968 in Mendocino County, California.

With this, Concha y Toro adds the productive and commercial activities of this winery in the United States.

Fetzer Vineyards is pioneer in the development of sustainable practices with the environment, a commitment that has marked its performance over the last 30 years.

Its Bonterra brand is the undisputed leader in the organic premium category and pioneer in the development of vineyards in this category since 1987.