The País grape is Chile's living heritage. Originally from the Canary Islands, the País grape variety arrived in our country in the 16th century, in the luggage of Spanish religious orders. It is a red, rustic, very resistant grape variety, which has adapted naturally to the dry areas of the Maule region, such as Loncomilla and Cauquenes. It is cultivated on its head, without wires, growing freely and requiring little management. In the Maule there are vines that are more than 200 years old, without irrigation, that have resisted diseases and droughts through the years. It produces fresh, rustic red wines with character, which can be juicy and tasty.


País Salvaje vinified naturally. In order to respect the aromas and flavors from the grapes, they remained in whole clusters during the fermentation, which was completed with natural yeasts, after which the wine aged in cement, not oak. The wine was not filtered prior to bottling. País Salvaje is a delicate wine, but with a lot of personality. Floral aromas, wild strawberries, rosehip and cherries stand out. In the mouth it is juicy, fresh and light. An ideal wine to accompany Chilean dishes, such as empanadas, prietas and arrollados de huaso.


País Salvaje Blanco was vinified in a traditional and natural way. In order to respect the aromas and flavors coming from the grapes, it was fermented without temperature control and with native yeasts. The must was kept in clay amphoras, which provided micro-oxygenation, giving more complexity. Finally, the wine was neither filtered nor clarified. Fruity aromas such as pear and green apple stand out, intermingled with notes of white pepper. In the mouth it is juicy, fresh and with a long finish. An ideal wine to accompany all kinds of delicacies.