Rapel is one of the largest valleys in the central region of Chile. The numerous microclimates found in this valley make it the terroir of choice for a wide range of grape varieties. The Cachapoal and Colchagua valleys are situated within the Rapel valley.
Situated 250 km south of Santiago, the Maipo valley stretches down to Cauquenes in Chile’s VII Region. One of its signature characteristics is the diversity of microclimates, with rain concentrating between April and October and a dry season between November and March.