Agustinos is one of Chile’s southernmost wineries. It is located in the area of Negrete, Biobío Valley, approximately 550 kilometers south of Santiago. In this cool location, winds average 40 km/h during the year and annual precipitations reach 1,100 mm, making it Chile’s rainiest winegrowing valley. The area is also bordered by the Biobío and Bureo rivers and among its natural attractions are the active volcanoes Callaqui and Copahue and mount Marimán.
The soil is sandy and rocky, with an abundance of organic river deposits that make it rich and fertile. These conditions provide a favorable ground for noble varieties, which require a prolonged ripening period. The result is fresh and elegant wines that stand out above the rest for their minerality and nice acidity.