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Viña Ventisquero

Viña Ventisquero

Established 2000 Chile

We challenge the status quo, always searching for unique and different ways to accomplish our goal… to create Great Wines.

The professionalism, positive energy and commitment to quality possessed by each member of our team is the cornerstone of our success.

Ventisquero began making wine in 2000. Today, our winery is led by a young, creative team of entrepreneurs who guide us to a single purpose: creating distinctive, high quality wines. We look for innovative ways to communicate with our target audience and to market our products around the world.

Under the guidance of our head winemaker Felipe Tosso, the winery was built in the Coastal Maipo Valley, where grapes for our first wines were produced. Three years later, we ventured into the Casablanca Valley and the prestigious Apalta Valley, the source today for Viña Ventisquero’s premium wines.

With estate-owned vineyards in Chile’s top wine producing areas – Coastal Maipo, Casablanca, Leyda and Colchagua – and extensive research to uncover the secrets of our country’s unique terroir , Viña Ventisquero seeks to produce wines of the highest quality and consistency.

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About The Winemaker

Head Winemaker Felipe Tosso joined Viña Ventisquero in 2000. After seriously considering alternate careers as a tennis pro and classical guitarist. His winemaking travels have taken him to Napa, Sonoma, Argentina, France, Spain, Italy, Australia, back to Concha Y Toro in Chile and then finally to Viña Ventisquero.

Winemaker Alejandro Galaz came to Viña Ventisquero with 8 years of winemaking experience, including stints at Kendall-Jackson in Monterey and Castel-Virginie in Languedoc-Roussillon. Alejandro is also responsible for Ventisquero’s white wines.

Sergio Hormazábal joined VV’s winemaking team in January 2009, with primary responsibility for red winemaking. His previous experience includes seven years at Viña William Fèvre in the Maipo Alto region, and time spent in France, northern Italy and Portugal. He has also worked as a research assistant at the Institut Coopératif du Vin in Languedoc and and he finished his Master Degree in Viticulture and Enology at Monpellier.