Viña Altos de Bonani was born from a dream of many years, based on the Italian tradition, on the courage and effort, characteristics of Italian immigrants. Thus, Antonio Giuseppe Bonani Rizzolli, together with his family Verónica Canales, Franco Bonani and Lorenzo Bonani, entrusted his friend Andrés Jara with the search for a special place, conducive to building a new history and the result was the birth in 2014 from Viña Altos de Bonani, in the Cachapoal Valley.
This valley is traditionally conducive to producing red varieties, particularly Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, which represent approximately 80% of the region’s total production. The valley’s varied microclimates range from cool in the elevated vineyards of the Andean foothills to hot and temperate in areas near the coastal hills. In relation to the soils and especially in the foothills, this is of alluvial origin which favors drainage, oxygenation and the deep development of the roots of the plants, which generates exceptional conditions for the production of wine grapes. high quality. It was precisely these climate and soil conditions that led to the planting of a 3-hectare vineyard at the foot of the Andes mountain range, in this way the mountains act as true temperature regulators between day and night, favoring the production of grapes balanced in acidity and tannins. The vineyard currently houses two varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. 4 wines are born from these vines.
Viña Altos de Bonani se ubica Camino la Leonera 225, parcela Nº11, Codegua, Región del Libertador General Bernardo O`Higgins