Chile is a country with a long coastline. In some places, the ocean breaks hard against the rocks; in others, it hugs the shores with its long, cold arms.
Kalfu is an invitation to live the ocean from its spirit, to enjoy the adventure that its movement brings: the body and soul of its indomitable nature, and the feelings created by its passion.
Taste the blue
Kalfu means "Blue" in Mapudungun, the language of the aboriginal Mapuche people of the region. It represents the color that provides a myriad of sensations: blue, like the Pacific Ocean's intense blue; and blue, like the free sky, acting as an accomplice of and witness to the mysterious origins of life.
Feel the ocean.
Atacama Huasco Valley
Situated in the world's driest desert, the Atacama, just 24 km from the Pacific Ocean. A vineyard influenced by saline soils, cool coastal breezes, cool nights and long, desert summers.
Tapihue Casablanca Valley
The pleasant coastal breezes of summer provide the perfect conditions for slow ripening. The result is high-quality fruit with pure varietal characteristics.
Las Terrazas Leyda Valley
Situated just 7 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean and close to the Maipo River, the three terraces face directly towards the coast and are subject to the cooling influence of the sea breezes and morning fog.
Lolol Colchagua Valley
Where the vineyards are on the hillsides and the sea cools down the vines during ripening season, reminding you of the South Pacific ocean in every sip.