When brothers Bonifacio and Jose Gregorio Correa Albano founded Viña San Pedro in 1865, they began to produce their first wines with local grape varieties, giving in effect birth to viticulture in the Curico Valley. Soon afterwards, they brought clones of the classical varietals from Europe to replace those native species. Then, as their vineyards evolved and the high quality of their wines started to shine through, they began to ship their wines across the world in the 1940s.
Today, Vina San Pedro is one of the most important wineries in Chile and one of the country’s most significant exporters, with a presence in over 80 markets across five continents.
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