Río Hurtado - Tabalí


Located in Limarí Valley, at 1,600 meters high, with volcanic rock soil and on a slope that faces east.


The landscape in this area is very powerful with a deep blue sky that is cloudless most of the year. The sun beats down during the day and in the afternoons the hills gradually change hue. At night, the sky is clean, sharply clear and full of stars.Read More


The area has a mixture of soils: alluvial, transitional (alluvial-colluvial), colluvial, granitic and, in other areas, soils of altered andesite rock in situ, meaning it has decomposed there, rather than being carried there by rivers or gravity. Read More



The wines produced in this vineyard are unique and, like all Tabalí wines, reveal their origin. They are ripe, because of the high solar radiation in the area, but fresh because of the altitude (average temperatures do not exceed XX°C) and also because the slope where the vines are planted is east-facing, so it receives the sun in the morning and mid-afternoon. Read More