Koyle corresponds to the sixth generation of a long wine making tradition of the Undurraga family in Chile, started by
Mr. Francisco Undurraga Vicuña in 1885. After travelling through and analyzing different valleys and sectors of Chile, a property of approximately 1.100 hectares was acquired on the zone of Los Lingues, Alto Colchagua, on a buttress of the Los Andes mountain range.The climatic and soil characteristics of this property are key factors in obtaining an optimum terroir for making great quality wines.

The name Koyle comes from a native Chilean plant that grows next to oak forests, producing a beautiful purple colored flower and a greatly desired fruit. This endangered species is found abundantly in the vineyards located in Alto Colchagua.

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