The Colchagua Valley is one of the most outstanding agricultural areas in Chile.
San Fernando′s city is the capital of the current province of Colchagua, a place recognized for its wine production and the preservation of the cultural characteristics of the Chilean countryside, with a Mediterranean climate.
The town of Placilla borders the Apalta Valley, a place characterized by its excellent conditions for developing wine grapes and the production of Premium wines.
287.15 hectares of Agricultural farm, located in Las Rosas, east of Apalta, Placilla commune, located 16 km from San Fernando.
The property has soils of mixed topography, including flat and sloping irrigation sectors, hills, and steeper hill slopes, with native vegetation to the north of the property.
The property is divided into two sectors: on one hand to the south, a patch of 55 hectares approx., Located between the Tinguiririca River and the public road (Route I-400), intended for annual crops. Retazo Norte, with 232 hectares of plains, slopes, and hills, exploited with 50 hectares of wine-producing vineyards in production, all with drip irrigation.
It has surface water rights from the Pedro Donoso Communal Canal, derived from the Tinguiririca River, sufficient for current exploitation, equivalent to 68 Canal shares.
Flow equivalent to 116.73 l / s, enough to irrigate the exploitable sectors.
The property has a small adobe house, a cellar, and a warehouse. It has drip irrigation, interior roads, and perimeter fences.