We share some appreciations of the experts in charge of the largest terroir of the winery, in this t
Colchagua Valley has just finished the harvest of light white and red varieties, especially in the c
In plain sunny summer, the first harvests of white and cold climate red varieties begin at the north
For many, summer means relaxation and rest. However, in Concha y Toro this time implies one of the m
When the end of the summer approaches, all wine lovers travel to their favorite regions.
One of the most picturesque moments in the vineyard occurs when the berries begin to change their co
We are beginning veraison season at Concha y Toro, the expected weeks before the harvest.
The action of the sun on the vineyards causes the vines to develop and grow, and also helps the proc
We invite you to explore three destinations that belong to the heart of our winery, with details nar
Concha y Toro writes part of its history in these lands, where it locates one of its oldest cellars
This unique Center for Research and Development offers a space for conversation and analysis to stra
The Concha y Toro vineyards at Puente Alto are worldwide recognized for the production of Cabernet S
At Concha y Toro we recognized the potential of this technology and decided to adapt it to the wine
Close to the foothill of The Andes and the river Maipo, in the Maipo Valley, you find Pirque, one of
From the northern area of Limari to the Bíobío Valley, Concha y Toro?s harvest is in full swing.
During the first few days of March the Casablanca Valley initiated their 2017 harvest.
With perfect coordination between the winemaking and agricultural areas, the harvest in Chile?s nort
The 2017 grape harvest in Chile?s VII Region was brought forward by almost two weeks. And for this p