In 1997, the company began importing root stock plantings from Europe and after a long process of dealing with the Chilean Agricultural Service; they planted a few grape types that were new to this region such as Syrah and Viognier. Those wines take time to acclimatize to the new climate and soil but will strengthen the company’s selection of wines.
Design of the Facilities
The buildings at Torreón de Paredes Winery have protection from rain and the sun with thick walls that control the temperature. The property also features a park where visitors can relax and taste different types of wine.