Concha y Toro

In 1883, when Chile’s wine industry was taking its first shaky steps, local politician and businessman Don Melchor Concha y Toro founded Concha Y Toro. He brought noble French grapevines from the Bordeaux region to plant at Pirque in the Maipo Valley and contracted eminent French enologist Monsieur Labouchere to craft his wines. Concha y Toro is now Latin America’s principal wine exporter and one of the most important wine brands in the world, with a presence in more than 135 countries. Throughout the whole production process they extract the unique and distinctive characteristics of each specific origin.
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