Viña Chocalán

Maipo Valley, Chile

Viña Chocalán was founded by Guillermo Toro in Chile’s Maipo Valley in 1998. The company’s 340 hectare estate is still run by the Toro family, headed by Aida Toro Harnecker.  




The Maipo Valley is located in a stretch of pristine land wedged between the Andes and Coastal mountain ranges in central Chile, 1km from the Maipo river and 35km from the Pacific Ocean. Cool evening breezes provide a high diurnal temperature difference that retains freshness in the estate’s wines. Vineyards are certified sustainable and the main grape varieties grown are the classic French varieties, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.


Winemaker Fernando Espina leads a dedicated team in a modern winery, using stainless steel and high-grade oak. The Toro family strive to produce wines that "reflects our love to our family and our everyday care in producing the best quality wines from our privileged terroirs."