PIONEERING
WINES FROM
CHILE`S COASTAL
FRONTIER

Sierra Batuco is a pioneer in this newly
discovered viticultural zone of Chile.
Our wines reflect the freshness of the
climate and the concentration of slowly
matured grapes.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Carmenérè

    This Carmenérè has aromas of dry leaves and white pepper that unfold with raspberry and blackberry fruit flavors, silky smooth tannis and lovely complex finish.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Cabernet Sauvignon

    The wine is rich in jammy fruit flavors yet surprising acidity and freshness. Non fruit flavors are driven by lingering tabacco and chocolate.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Premium Selection

    Lone Rider

    This wine presents rich dark fruit flavors of prune, blackberry and blueberries that go on developing in the mouth from red fruit to dark fruit to notes of chocolate and spice, finally finishing with lingering notes of graphite and spices.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Malbec

    This wine is full of red fruits, prunes, soft tannis, with notes of chocolate and coconut. Fresh, fine, floral notes reminiscent of lavander and violets perfume on a final smoke and toasted hazelnuts.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Pinot Grigio

    A luscious wine with rich notes of ripe pear, melon and honey melting into a creamy mouthfee with a crispy fresh finish.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Pinot Noir

    A lovely floral nose with zingy fresh acidity and juicy red berry flavors and hints of coffee and vanilla.

  • Sierra Batuco
    Reserva

    Sauvignon Blanc

    This Sauvignon Blanc is pale yellow with silver highlights. The nose is of passion fruit and guava blended with citrus and tropical fruits such as lime, grapefruit, and bananas, supplemented with soft floral notes and mineral touches.

    SIERRA BATUCO

    VINEYARD

    Chile´s Coastal Mountains are an extensive range of graceful rolling hills that separate the fertile Central Valley from the Pacific Ocean. The range doesn`t form snowcaps in winter, so there is no snowmelt for irrigation during the long dry summers. It is a forgotten land, barely cultivated, and sparsely populated. However, it is a viticultural paradise. Altitude and proximity to the Pacific Ocean keep daytime temperatures cool, and the deep clay soils retain justo enought humidity so our vines grow moderately and mature their grapes slowly.