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T h e S t o r y B e h i n d O u r W i n e r y

Chile is a terroir located at the end of the world, with an exultant nature, drawn by the mountain ranges of the Coast and the Andes, by its meandering rivers, and a sea breeze that cools and rules the vineyards. In its various valleys, but especially in the foothills on the Cachapoal valley, French grape varieties have found a new home, developing a unique, distinctive personality that delves deep into the granite to shape world-class wines.they are ready, when they are at their best.
The best Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay originate from the foothills of the Cachapoal valley, over 1,000 meters (3,280 ft) above sea level. In small valleys ringed by mountains, immersed in a geometric and latent landscape, the roots of the vines explore the fragmented rocky soils in search of water, minerals, and nutrients. It’s a spectacle. The murmur of the rivers, the songs of its wildlife, and the clacking of the shears during the pruning and harvesting seasons interpret the incidental music and mark, with their precise beats, the different moments in the vineyard.
Power, intensity, and elegance

Aristos Duque D’A 2015

Duque D’A is sourced from vines planted at 1,000 meters of altitude in the foothills of the Andes, on terraces formed in a riverbed that meanders through the mountains and begins its descent through the Cachapoal valley towards the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Power, harmony, and exuberance

Aristos Duquesa D’A 2015

Duquesa D’A is sourced from vines planted in the Andean foothills, surrounded by native vegetation, and condors that fly over the meandering tributaries of the Cachapoal River.
Firm, mouth-filling, and round

Aristos Barón D’A 2015

Barón D’A is sourced from vines planted at an altitude of 1,000 meters in the Andean foothills, surrounded by native vegetation, and condors that fly over the meandering tributaries of the Cachapoal River.
Elegant, crystalline, and mineral character

Aristos Baronesa D’A 2015

Baronesa D’A is sourced from vines that grow on a terrace in the Limarí valley, in northern Chile, just 12 km from the sea and close to the Fray Jorge National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
fresh and aromatic wine

Le Moscatel 2021

Juan Hinojosa vineyard, in Batuco, Cerro Verde sector, Guarilihue, Itata Valley, Ñuble. Rainfed vineyard of 20 hectares, plantation of 30 years; 7,000 plants/ha and 40% slope. The vineyard is cultivated in reasoned struggle and is worked with horses.
A lot of freshness

Le Rosé 2020

Alvaro Señor vineyard in Florida, Itata Valley, high planting density, 10% slope. Plants of 20 years cultivated in heads (Gobelet), in dry land (without irrigation), tilled with horse and reasoned fight. Manual harvest.
finesse, depth and structure

Grand País 2017

Juan Hinojosa vineyard, Guarilihue, Itata Valley. 1,5 ha, plantation of 150 years; 8000 plants / ha and 60% slope. The vineyard is cultivated in reasone fight and is worked with a horse.
fruity aromas, complexity and roundness

L’Assemblage 2019

Juan Hinojosa vineyard, Guarilihue, Itata Valley. 1,5 ha, plantation of 150 years; 8000 plants / ha and 60% slope. The vineyard is cultivated in reasoned fight and is worked with a horse. Alvaro Señor vineyard in the Florida sector, Itata Valley. 1 ha, plantation density: 10,000 plants/hectare, 30% slope.
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O u r W i n e r y

T h e M o s t I c o n i c W i n e O f C h i l e

“The Aristos Duquesa d’A Grand Chardonnay blew me away when I first sampled the 2008 vintage back in 2011 and decided to buy every bottle that was available for purchase in the UK”

exceptional quality

M a s s o c F r è r e s

Founded in 2015, Massoc Frères Winery was established with a heartfelt connection to both Chilean and French roots. Guided by a profound faith in the Valles del Itata and Bio Bío regions, the winery embarked on a mission to produce exceptional, unique, and sincere wines that showcase the utmost potential of traditional grape varieties in southern Chile.
perfect natural balance

A r i s t o s

After years of research and learning, the Aristos team has selected the best terroirs for its wines. The magical combination of weathered granite soils, alluvium and colluvium of its foothills and coastal terraces, and microclimates with moderate temperatures and sharp temperature differences between day and night, slow down the ripening of the grapes to achieve a perfect natural balance: expressive, ripe, and deeply fresh wines.