Haras de Pirque

Haras de Pirque is the Union of two passions in a unique place where thoroughbred breeding and fine wines elaboration come together, which today covers 600 hectares, gently ascending in its southern boundary by the foothills of a transverse cord of the Cordillera de los Andes, in Pirque, Chile.

This sector of foothills in 1992 is planted with hundred and twenty hectares of vineyards, mainly Cabernet Sauvignon and Carménère, between the reds and Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, among white, from which are born Premium wines and excellence that today give life to our exclusive and award-winning vineyard. In addition 20 additional hectares of Syrah and Cabernet Franc are added in 1998.

The Haras itself, whose name honors which was the oldest thoroughbred horses breeding farm in Chile , founded as Haras de Pirque in 1892, is developed in an impeccable way, with three extensive pedigree stallions that are giving exceptional calves. This also is translated into its international recognition, by being today Haras de Pirque an important supplier for breeders and owners of South America and the North, while maintaining over 30 products in the national competition.

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