Located 100 kilometers south of Santiago, the Cachapoal Valley merges over with the north of Rapel Valley. This area has a dynamic agronomic activity and was the birthplace of the chilean "Rodeo". Wine grapes have been cultivated here for centuries. The planted surface with vineyards is around 11,000 hectares, and it is divided into three major areas. Rancagua on the south, peumo on the west and Cachapoal Andes on the east, near the Andes mountains. This last area is recognized by its excellent conditions to produce premium red wines.
SANAMA wines are born in the heart of the Rapel Valley - once a Cachapoal’s river arm. These wines are nourished by pure glacial water from the soaring mountain peaks, alluvial soil, cool nights and sunny days. SANAMA wines will surprise you with their intense aromas, freshness and well balanced flavours, being an excellent match with food or on its own.