Their 100 hectares of vineyards across Casablanca and Maipo, take full advantage of the regions climatic differences, with a focus on Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in the cooler Casablanca Valley, whilst Cabernet Sauvignon and Carménère are the main varieties cultivated in the warmer Maipo region. Environmental sustainability and social responsibility are taken seriously, with measures to minimise waste water and energy consumption, alongside ventures to create local employment across both winemaking and wine tourism.
A minimal intervention approach is taken in the vineyards with the utmost respect for the environment.
An imposing state-of-the-art cellar with capacity for 27 million litres dominates the Casablanca valley. Its barrel room and imposing terrace make it a must-visit destination for tourists.
- Processes are minimally invasive on the environment. These practices are applied to all production processes as much as possible in an effort to respect the environment and include waste treatment.
- In order to ensure the welfare of the workers and the local community, Viña Indómita favours the employment of local people to contribute to the local economy.
- State of the art winery.