Family winery in Chile since 1979
With a presence in over 100 countries, the Miguel Torres Chile family winery has established itself over the past 30 years as one of the main producers of high-quality wines, through its products’ identity, respect for the environment, and social responsibility.
Throughout Chile, our wineries have forged an identity and created unique products according to their climate, providing Miguel Torres Chile with varieties with the typical vinestocks and flavors of this country.
In 1928, Juan Torres Casals began distilling his wines to make brandy in the Penedès region of Spain. Eighty-four years later, Miguel Torres Maczassek took this experience to Chile, to make the winery’s first pisco.
The Muscat grape variety is grown in the IV Region, in the Limarí Valley, and provides the perfect flavor for El Gobernador, our reserve pisco.
We take care to look after the environment and maintain sustained corporate social responsibility, strengthened by Fair Trade, throughout the entire production process of our wines.
Our vineyard is aimed at developing the wine tourism experience through tours and an excellent restaurant awarded the title “Best regional cuisine in Chile.” We invite you to discover the tradition of Chilean winemaking under the guidance of Miguel Torres Chile.
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“Some friendships are built over years. Others are born almost automatically. Our relationship with Miguel Torres is, has been, and seems that it will be, one of those relationships that is revitalized with every meeting. This is not only thanks to the quality of their products, but also the energy that all the members of this team put into the hallowed work of expanding the taste for a good wine.”
“I like Miguel Torres wines more and more each day – all the varieties, bodies, and flavors. Now I go for their organic Las Mulas wines; it means a lot to me that the brand works with Fair Trade.”
“As a wine lover, I not only enjoy experiencing them on my own; when I’m sharing with friends, foreign visitors, or family, I always choose a Cordillera, an Estelado, or Las Mulas. There is as much variety as there are tastes, and it always goes down well when you toast with Miguel Torres.”