TERROIR

Salamanca, in Choapa Valley, gathers the energy from the Sun in ancestral land. Siete Brujas Vineyard is to know archaeological treasures, wine tasting, and distilled beverage from Moscatel and Pedro Jimenez vines.

TERROIR

Salamanca, in Choapa Valley, gathers the energy from the Sun in ancestral land. Siete Brujas Vineyard is to know archaeological treasures, wine tasting, and distilled beverage from Moscatel and Pedro Jimenez vines.

CHOAPA VALLEY

Choapa Valley is in the wine region sector of Coquimbo, and at the same time, in Coquimbo Region, Chile. Its subregion comprises Salamanca and Illapel and its known for delivering a unique experience through its products of great quality. Motivated in being a business that could combine environmental sustainability and client approval, it constantly aims to pave the way to certify its practices while verifying its processes are purely organic with low environmental impact. 

CHOAPA VALLEY

Choapa Valley is in the wine region sector of Coquimbo, and at the same time, in Coquimbo Region, Chile. Its subregion comprises Salamanca and Illapel and its known for delivering a unique experience through its products of great quality. Motivated in being a business that could combine environmental sustainability and client approval, it constantly aims to pave the way to certify its practices while verifying its processes are purely organic with low environmental impact. 

SIETE BRUJAS VINEYARD

Siete Brujas Vineyard performs its activities in areas dedicated solely to farm and produce the finest grape wine and pisco.

Its area comprises 17 hectares in Choapa Valley, Salamanca, Coquimbo Region. Choapa Valley is known for having an outstanding exposition to the sun and a fertile land ripe for growing our main grapes.

It annually produces 200,000 kg of grapes that leads to 140,000 l of wine. Its grapes varieties are Moscatel de Austria (Moschato Austria), Moscatel Rosada, Pedro Jimenez y Cabernet Franc.

SIETE BRUJAS VINEYARD

Siete Brujas Vineyard performs its activities in areas dedicated solely to farm and produce the finest grape wine and pisco.

Its area comprises 17 hectares in Choapa Valley, Salamanca, Coquimbo Region. Choapa Valley is known for having an outstanding exposition to the sun and a fertile land ripe for growing our main grapes.

It annually produces 200,000 kg of grapes that leads to 140,000 l of wine. Its grapes varieties are Moscatel de Austria (Moschato Austria), Moscatel Rosada, Pedro Jimenez y Cabernet Franc.

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