Rapel Valley

Is a large wine-producing region in Chile’s made up of the Colchagua and Cachapoal valleys. The warm & dry region makes a wide range of wine styles, some of Chile’s most expensive and prestigious offerings comes from this location.

Rapel Valley


280 to 390 meters above sea level.


The soil is volcanic in origin and contains granite rocks from geological formations such as glaciations, volcanic eruptions and local chemical reactions. It has clay, loamy-clay and sandy soils at different depths between 30 and 70 cm.


It has a very dry and warm climate, with hot summers and rainy winters. It has a sub-humid Mediterranean climate, with an average annual temperatures of 14.90.


Annual precipitation of 595 mm.