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.
Millapoa is a time capsule. Its vineyards of origin in Bío Bío Valley are a hundred years old, witnesses to a chapter in history that spans a century. This is the story we want to tell today, about the farmers who dedicated their lives to working this land in the early 19th century. The river was their greatest ally, the only way of reaching nearby villages where they sold their most precious commodity: wine. By continuing the legacy of our traditions, we feel part of something special. In every cluster of País grapes, we find the experience of those who forged this path and are no longer with us.
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.
Miguel Torres Ándica is made under the vision of honoring the natural expression and biodiversity of the country that welcomed us 40 years ago. This certified 100% organic wine is made with the utmost respect for the Chilean ecosystems where we grow our grapes, from the north to Patagonia, with a sustainable approach to agriculture and aware of climate change.
«We recover from the past the oldest grape variety in Chile»
We recover from the past the oldest variety, arrived in Chile in the 17th century and cultivated by a large number of small farmers, the «Country» variety, which has been forgotten.
«Always, with the field, with people»
The stone crosses located on the outskirts of the earth received the name of Santa Digna. These crosses served to delimit the territories and symbolized fortune and protection for those who left for remote countries.
«A vision of the past to change the future»
This is a wine dedicated to this companion that helps us achieve a better balance with nature and that tirelessly accompanies us on hikes through the steep peaks of the Andes.