Located in Leyda, Chile’s newest and most radical cool climate area, Amaral expands over 650 hectares planted with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
The estate is conformed of sloping hills with soils of alluvial deposits from the Maipo basin and of granite origin from the Coastal Mountain Range.
Also, Amaral has different microclimates stemming from various solar expositions, altitudes and the proximity to the sea.
The combination of all these factors makes Amaral a special place to produce quality grapes and highly complex wines.
The strong influence of the Humboldt Current and the Pacific Ocean on the vineyards planted on Leyda’s rolling hills provide unique characteristics to the Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay classic grape varieties that make truly tasty wines, full of character.