El País is Chile’s living heritage. Originally from the Canary Islands, the grape variety País came to our country in the 16th century, in the suitcases of Spanish religious orders. It is a rustic, very resistant red, very resistant, which was naturally adapted in the dry areas of the Maule, such as Loncomilla and Cauquenes. It is grown in head, without wires, growing freely and requiring little handling. In the Maule there are vines that are more than 200 years old, without irrigation, that have resisted through the years diseases and droughts. It produces fresh, rustic and characterful red wines,
that can be juicy and tasty.
THE WILD PARKS
País Salvaje is made from grapes that come from wild vines that grew freely among the wild flora of the Mingre de Viña Bouchon estate, in the coastal dryland of Maule. These wild vines have never had the intervention of man; they grew and climbed among the native species that abound in the ravines and hills, such as the mosqueta, peumo and quillay. Its grapes represent the purest expression of organic and sustainable growth. Harvesting takes place in the last week of April and stairs must be used, picking clusters up to five meters high.