Backed by a history rooted in winemaking culture in Spain, Miguel Torres Chile arrived in the Curicó Valley in 1979 after searching for a new location. On this journey, as well as finding excellent climatic conditions, the family has committed to innovating in wine production, incorporating stainless steel tanks and French oak barrels.

Today, Miguel Torres Chile also focuses its commitment on organic vine-growing and Fair Trade certification for various wines. These advances have helped the company to become more sustainable, and to implement several sustainable projects.


Miguel Torres Chile maintains the cornerstone concepts that have marked its history and production chain: Fair Trade, organic farming, and innovation.

The company has worked to recover traditional varieties almost forgotten in Chile, such as País, Carignan, and Muscat, using small suppliers from rainfed areas. Cordillera Carignan, Estelado Rosé, Reserva de Pueblo, and Días de Verano are among the products associated with this kind of project.

The Winery

With a presence in more than 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.

In 2010, Miguel Torres Maczassek, from the fifth generation of the Torres Family, took over as company president in Chile, with aims such as increasing exports and ensuring the smooth operation of the winery.