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Viña Koyle was born from the tradition that the family Undurraga carry in their blood; a family dedicated to winemaking for more than six generations, started by Francisco Undurraga Vicuña in 1885. 


“Our philosophy based on respect for the origin, guides us to the practice of Biodynamic farming. In our winery we elaborate wines that highlight the excellence of our terroir, taking as tools the family experience and innovative oenological techniques." —Koyle


Las Condes, Chile


Colchagua Valley DO

In 2006, Alfonso Undurraga Mackenna bought the Los Lingues estate and immediately began with his son, Cristobal, to plant the mountains with red grape varieties, starting the story of Koyle Family Vineyards. Koyle is dedicated to making wines of origin with a pure expression of terroir achieved through Biodynamic agriculture.

Los Lingues has a Mediterranean microclimate on the Andean foothills. Koyle vineyards are influenced by the constant and fresh breezes that come down from the mountains and well-drained soils have a clay texture with volcanic rocks and colluvial stones that deliver unique minerals giving the right balance to the vines. Both are key factors of optimal terroir for the production of high-quality red wines.

The fertilizers used are the manure of the animals that live on the property. Homeopathic preparations are made to help the vineyard and transform the compost with flowers that grow in the same vineyard; the water is used from their own streams to irrigate and the solar energy to power the irrigation channels.

All Koyle estate-grown grapes are harvested by hand and vinified with a low-intervention philosophy to preserve their natural expression, freshness and finesse. They are “wild fermented” with indigenous yeast, then aged in French oak for 14 months and bottled at the ideal moment.

The wines are characterized by good structure, elegance, freshness and balance. They are concentrated wines with good acidity, that show their own notes of the distinct terroir of their origin.