The Curico Valley has been a wine grape growing region since the 1800’s, and is now starting to attract more attention due their increasing high quality. Curico, with its Mediterranean climate, the Guaiquillo river running along its side, and the surrounding mountains on both the east and west sides, creates the perfect fertile soil for wine grapes.
The Curico Valley is located about 115 miles South of Santiago. A large portion of the Curico Valley has been cultivated by Miguel Torres. Miguel came to Chile in the 1970's and decided to introduce Chile to his Spanish winemaking roots.
Yeast, D254, in convenient sizes