Marques de Casa Concha

Marques de Casa Concha expresses all of the character, tradition, and nobility of Chilean grape varieties.
Chile’s diversity in one brand


Brand History

In June 1718, King Philip V of Spain invested Don José de Santiago Concha y Salvatierra with the noble title of “Marques de Casa Concha” for his merits as Governor of Chile and Caballero (Knight) de Calatrava. The winery founder, Don Melchor de Santiago Concha y Toro, was the Seventh Marques de Casa Concha. Named in honor of this noble title, the first Marques de Casa Concha wine, a 1972 Cabernet Sauvignon from the Puente Alto Vineyard, was launched in 1976 and was quickly recognized for its superior quality.
In order to produce wines with the maximum expression of their variety and origin, Marques de Casa Concha suited measures to local conditions and successively added grapes from diverse vineyards to the line. From the northernmost Limarí Valley to the southernmost Maule Valley, different kinds of vineyards fully show the diversities of terroirs in Chile. Each Marques de Casa Concha wine comes from a single specific vineyard:

Each new launch reflects Marques de Casa Concha’s constant search for improvement and innovation as well as its desire to produce wines with the maximum expression of their variety and origin. These characteristics position Marques de Casa Concha as the line of wines that best spans Chile’s vast diversity, and it is recognized with the most important accolades from the international press as one of the world’s most consistent and solid brands in its segment.


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