The Maule Valley was one of the first areas in Chile where vines were planted and its viticulture history stretches back to the start of colonization. It is one of the largest winegrowing regions in Chile and is also one of country’s oldest and most diverse valleys.
Rich and volcanic soils predominate in the area, although certain parts of the valley have varying soil types, like the Empedrado area which is dominated by slate soils. There are also old-bush, dry-farmed vineyards that produce naturally balanced wines.
Maule it is not industrialized and still making wine on the traditional way, it is a kind place where horses still working
on the vineyards.