Viña Estampa owns more than 400 hectares of drip-irrigated vineyards in three locations within the Colchagua Valley—Palmilla, Paredones, and Marchigüe. Each has a particular terroir that lends unique characteristics to our wines.
Location: Palmilla, Colchagua Valley, near the city of Santa Cruz and surrounding the Estampa Winery.
Plantation year: 1998, 2000.
Total area planted: 134 ha.
Trellising system: traditional vertical shoot position.
Primary varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère, Syrah, Merlot.
Irrigation system: drip.
Climate:The average temperature during the ripening period surpasses 26ºC, and average annual precipitation is approximately 600 mm. The area is not affected by spring frosts, and the climate is ideal for red varieties, which ripen fully
Soils: deep with silty-clay-loam texture, a high presence of clay, and generally homogenous profiles at depth.