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Ever since Miguel Torres arrived in Chile, we’ve traveled to every corner of this amazing land in search of the best places to make unique wines. And we’ve found not only one, but several spots with different characteristics that add something special to the vine-growing.

With the Valley Collection concept, Miguel Torres offers wines with intense varietal character from the country’s different winemaking valleys.

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Miguel Torres Gran Reserva wines from one of the winery’s first lines that comes exclusively from the Curicó Valley. They are the direct result of the innovations introduced by Miguel Torres in 1979, such as the use of stainless steel tanks, temperature-controlled fermentation and aging in French oak barrels.

Something that undoubtedly makes them unique is the 18 months they spend aging in French oak barrels, as it is hard to find similar wines that undergo such a long aging process.

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“A return to our origins. To the rescue of the País variety.” Reserva de Pueblo is rooted in the ancient essence of agriculture, returning to the way our ancestors worked the land, brought up to date with modern winemaking techniques.

Reserva de Pueblo comes from the inland and coastal rainfed areas of the Maule and Bío Bío regions. These are places where the País grape is grown with humility and hard work by many small farmers who have passed their lands from father to son over several generations. Reserva de Pueblo is a tribute to this effort and dedication. This project recovers the essence of the old “village wines,” drinks that remind us of the past, our families, and our roots.