Viña del Pedregal is one of the oldest and largest wineries in Chile. The del Pedregal family founded the winery in 1825. Today, the seventh and eighth generations of the family are running the winery. Nearly two hundred years of experience in each bottle. Several generations of this family have been connected to the winemaking trade, with almost 200 years dedicated to crafting noble wines. Many family members are involved in the business and each person in their own special way contributes their knowledge, passion and love for the land, values that have been passed down through the generations.
Carta Vieja was the first label of the family. Alberto del Pedregal Aldunate, part of the sixth generation of the family, materialized years of experience into our first world-class wine. He left behind artisan production to raise industry standards, positioning the winery as one of the most renowned in Chile. It’s said that his father, before dying, left him a letter with the details of how he envisioned this wine. That document, which unfortunately was destroyed in a fire at the manor house, gave name to their first wine: Carta Vieja.
Bold and determined, it imposes itself over time and reinvents itself as many times as necessary. This brand has its place in the collective imagination. These wines are part of Chile’s long-standing winemaking tradition. They’re associated with an elegant and complex wine. As the oldest brand in the vineyard, it has a greater presence in the minds of national and global customers
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