Bouchon Family Wines
Where tradition meets innovation
Emile Bouchon was one among countless French immigrants who came to try their luck in Chile near the end of the 19th century. The Saint-Émilion native quickly bought a small vineyard, securing extremely valuable old vines for his descendents. Today, these vines grant pure drinking pleasure. Currently running the family vineyard are siblings and fourth-generation winemakers Maria, Julio and Juan. Bouchon stands for innovative wines and profound respect for traditions. Thus, special attention is paid to the region's native varietals such as "País" and adherence to the use of dry farming. The wines from the house of Bouchon are without frills, but supple and elegant: the creation of hardworking winemakers with an unwavering devotion to practicing their craft and venerating its roots.