The climate is mild, dry and Mediterranean. The days are warm and the nights cool. This temperature difference will develop the acids and sugars in the grapes is optimal, so the flavor of the grapes full and fruity.The most widely grown grapes are juicy, blue cabernet sauvignon, syrah and Carmenere.
The river provides the Tinguiririca vineyards in the Colchagua Valley needed water. The fertile soil giveshigh yields. Therefore there were formerly many mass produced wines in Colchagua. There is much moreattention to quality. Grapes are now planted on poor, rocky hills of the region. Since the grape must work harder to grow, the development of aromas and flavors benefit. All this makes wines from Colchagua Valleyof top quality.