High quality wines from the Elqui Valley, Chile´s most northerly wine estate.
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Founded in 1998, Viña Falernia has built a reputation as a high quality winery. Owner Aldo Olivier Gramola created Viña Falernia with his cousin Giorgio Flessati, a seasoned winemaker from the Trentino region in Northern Italy. Located in the Elqui Valley, Falernia remains one of Chile’s northernmost wine estates at 530 km North of Santiago. The Elqui Valley provides natural advantages to the growing process including dramatic contrasts between night/day temperatures and high quality of light. Viña Falernia spans over 320 hectares of vineyards, with the territories being divided into 4 distinct vineyards. First, the Titon vineyard lies at an altitude of 350 meters above sea level, 18 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean. The second and third sites, Puclaro and Pedregal, move further into the valley and reach up to 560 meters above sea level. Finally the fourth vineyard nestled in the Andes mountains, Huanta, continues as one of the highest in the world at 2070 meters above sea level.
Falernia Sala de Ventas está abierta Sabados y Domingos de 10:00 a 17:00 (invierno), 11:00 a 19:00 (verano).