PORTFOLIO : CHILE: BODEGAS ARESTI

ABOUT BODEGAS ARESTI

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Viña Aresti was founded in 1951 by Vincente Aresti when he purchased a winery in the historic winemaking Curicó Valley. In 2012, his daughters Begoña and Ana María Aresti took over after their father’s passing at 92 years of age. They have continued their dad’s push to produce quality wines, obtaining international quality certifications (ISO 9001, ISO14001, BRC, HACCP) and Wines of Chile’s environmental sustainability certification.



ABOUT VALLE DE CURICÓ

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Curicó Valley is located in central Chile. The eastern part – closer to the Andes– is cooler than the western as it benefits from breezes coming down from the slopes of the Andes. The meltwater rivers Lontue and Teno that flow through Curicó Valley before converging to form the Mataquito River have a significant effect on viticulture here. The region's soils are derived from limestone and volcanic rock from the Andes and have been deposited in the valley over time by the rivers (alluvial) as well as by gravity (colluvial).


 ABOUT VALLE DE COLCHAGUA

 

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Colchagua Valley, in central Chile, is one of South America's most promising wine regions. It forms the south-western half of the larger Rapel Valley region; to the north and east of it lies the less famous but equally promising Cachapoal Valley. Some of Chile's finest red wines are made in the valley, mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere and Syrah. The Colchagua Valley boasts a textbook wine-growing climate: warm, but cooled by ocean breezes and dry, but refreshed by rivers and occasional rainfall. The region's desirable terroir, combined with persistent, focused marketing has made this one of Chile's most important wine regions.


ABOUT VALLE DE CASABLANCA

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Casablanca Valley is a wine-growing region of Chile, located 60 miles (100km) north-west of the country's capital, Santiago. The east-west-oriented valley is roughly 19 miles (30km) long, stretching to the eastern border of the Valparaiso province. It is best known for its crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, which have gained it recognition as one of Chile's quality wine regions. Pinot Noir, which is responsive to the cooler climates found in this coastal area, is also grown with some success.

 

 

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