02.01.10 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
02.02.22 China, Peoples Republic
China, Peoples Republic
02.04 Northern and Central America
02.05 South America
02.05 South America
02.06 Australia and Oceania
02.06.11 New Zealand
Our range of products
01 Wines (according to cultivable areas)
01.04 wines from South America
01.04.04 wines from Chile
01.04.04.06 wines from Valle de Curicó
wines from Valle de Curicó
José Canepa, an Italian immigrant, bought Hacienda El Cóndor in Peteroa in 1946, thus starting his dream of producing the best wines of the Curicó Valley. In 1998, the desire to expand and perpetuate the winemaking tradition with his three daughters led to the creation of a new winery based on the Hacienda, giving rise to Viña Millaman. The centuries-old walls of the cellar were carefully restored and modern facilities were added. A new stage began: the family tradition along with an innovative spirit joined forces in order to express the best characteristics of the New World wines i.e. an explosion of fruity aromas, rich and lively flavors. This marked the beginning of Millaman and reflects the core of our company.
Like our cellar, our main vineyards are located in the Curicó Valley. However, when producing our different wines, we also use grapes from our other estates located in other valleys, in order to obtain the best expression of each variety.
The wine cellar, with walls of adobe of more than 100 years, was carefully restored preserving the Chilean colonial style. This marks the birth of Millaman: combining the family tradition and wine heritage of the area with modern technology.
With a capacity of one million liters, it is designed to produce the highest quality wines and to handle small batches of grapes in stainless steel tanks of 1,000, 5,000 and 10,000 liters.
Our underground cellar has a storage capacity of 250 barrels where our high-end lines are aged. From each harvest, we keep witness bottles in order to maintain the standards of quality and consistency of the future harvests.
Millaman is committed to taking an active role in conserving the environment. The name Millaman comes from the native language of the Chilean indigenous community and means “Golden Condor”, symbolizing the wildlife of Chile.
The commitment and responsibility that we feel towards the protection of the ecosystem is at the core of our vineyard.
Therefore, we have implemented different initiatives aimed at promoting and developing sustainable practices within our work as well as in each of our production processes.