Collection: Santa Carolina

One of Chile’s oldest wineries, Santa Carolina was established in 1875 by Luis Pereira, and named the winery in honor of his wife, Carolina Iñiguez. In 1889, the Reserva de Familia Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded a gold medal in “Exposition Universelle de Paris”, France, which made it the first Chilean wine to earn international recognition. The cellars in Santiago, Chile were declared a National Monument in 1973 to protect them from demolition due to city expansion. In 1974 the winery was bought by the Larrain Family from Chile.

Today, Viña Santa Carolina has more than 2,000 hectares under vine, and annual sales now exceed 25 million bottles, and Santa Carolina has a strong international presence with markets all over the world offering wines in all price ranges.

The pillars of Viña Santa Carolina’s winemaking philosophy are continuous improvement of the quality of our wines and development and use of innovative production techniques at vineyard and winery levels. The mission of Viña Santa Carolina’s winemaking team is to produce wines of superior quality with a focus on innovation and long-term sustainability.

More than 20 million USD have been invested over 2014-2019 to ensure the highest quality in the production of our wines. These investments, along with continuous innovation, provide consistent quality and numerous accolades from Spectator, Enthusiast, Decanter, James Suckling, Robert Parker, Tim Atkin and more!