Welcome to our Canadian friends

Welcome to our Canadian friends — frances aquí.

Garage Wine began quite literally in Pilar and Derek’s Garage. After half a dozen vintages making wine for an informal market of family and friends, it began exporting to UK & Denmark in 2006

The Parcels
GWCo makes wines from a series of individual parcels, small lots / bottlings of 8 -22 barrels that include a series of dry-farmed field-blends of Carignan, Garnacha, Monastrell, País, Cinsault and Cab Franc grown on pre-phylloxera rootstock with small farmers in the Maule and Itata. Each wine is from a 1-2 hectare parcel in a different place: Bagual, Caliboro, Coelemu, Guarilihue, Loncomilla, Portezuelo, Puico, Ranquil, Sauzal, Truquilemu…

Over the years working in the community we have raised a veritable posse of vineyard hands whose skills are working the vineyards the old way / the traditional way– originario. Many are grown with a small vigneron partner who works with horse and plough as his family has done for generations. Others, where the next generation moved to the city, we have opted to rent parcels long-term creating more work for the local hands who do want to stay on the farm.

The vineyards are on the old coastal range of mountains closer to the Pacific and have granitic soils with cracks for roots to get deep down into. When GWCo. speaks of the provenance of these wines they mean more than just the geological terroir. We think the farming practices that have evolved over generations have as much to do with the wines’ personalities as the soils.

GWCo. makes an old-vine Cab Franc (old bush head vines) and Cab Sauv blend in the Maule as well as two Cabs mountain-grown in the Maipo where the firm began in 2001.

All the wines are made by hand with native yeasts in small tanks, punched down manually and pressed out in a small basket press. GWCo is still very much a DIY operation and we still tow much of the crop back to the winery in trailers behind trusty pickup trucks 2,ooo kilos at a time.

Single Ferment Series Wines
Pais & Cinsault in the Secano Interior, the cradle of the original Chilean viticulture, have been forever the victim of commodity pricing. When GWCo saw it’s Carignan growers being paid paltry sums for their other fruit we began acquiring small bits from various farmers to experiment. From the beginning, we paid bonafide prices that would allow for the traditional field works to cultivate the soil properly to continue into the future. Commercial bottlings of “Single Ferments” began with serendipity when we simply could not resist not one but three small bits of Cinsault. And then promptly plain ran out of tanks to ferment them in. With nowhere to put all three, we simply stacked the second bit of newly harvested fruit on top of the first already fermenting—and then the third on top of both, creating one single fermentation from the fruit of three farms. We adopted the same technique with Pais and subsequently named both wines: Single Ferment Series.

The Nitty Gritty
IMG_4744In these times it is important to stand for what you believe in, and more importantly to do the kind of business you believe in. Without the work / the contribution to livelihood, ideas and criticism are moot.

At Garage Wine Co. we revive old vineyards in marginalized Chilean communities to make coveted wines. We’ve positioned these wines in a dozen established fine wine markets around the world and we grow. The wines are not made to be expensive per se, but they are found on the higher shelves– they need to command a price that allows for proper farming. What we have discovered is that the long-term practices of regenerative farming not only make for better fruit and thus better wine, but that such a business can become a force for financial, community and environmental good.

The Baby and the Bathwater  

As South American wine exports have boomed over the last quarter-century, it has grown increasingly difficult for small farmers to sell their old-vine grapes at a proper price – a price that can consistently sustain family and community. Mainstream buyers want more for less and they would have the growers modernise. The modern wine business calls for spraying instead of cultivating, scaling instead of focusing, and above all: reducing the cost of labor. But with the old vineyards, the labor is precisely where one finds the wisdom of farming passed down through the ages. Throwing that away would be throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

Regenerative Farming

Farming in the Secano Interior, the Maule and Itata valleys of Southern Chile, has been a way of life since Colonial times. Not just vineyards, but mixed farming of heritage seed wheat, free-range livestock and local market produce. Small-scale farms use dry-farming methods: turning over the earth to capture scarce seasonal rainwater, and nutrients from the clever use of seasonal cover-crops that in turn help sequester carbon from the air, and the use of horses to get into rows where tractors can’t reach.

This is where GWCo. works; too far from the comfort zone of those in the mainstream. These vineyards were neglected and relegated to bulk wine for decades because the booming market wanted branded varietals that didn’t command a price to support the work.

For more than a decade GWCo. has worked these old vines, there has been a marked improvement both in vineyard health and quality of the fruit produced.

The marrying of the fieldcraft of these small-scale farmers with the lens of modern science and GWCo’s mindful winemaking took a decade, but the marriage has proven successful not just for GWCo, but also for the farmers, our suppliers and customers alike. Over the past few years, we have begun to rent and in some cases acquire the property underneath the old vines. Today one-third of our production is worked our way with our own people.

Necessity was the mother of sustainability

Sustainability for us was never about seals and certifications. We became sustainable just trying to survive being small in an industry geared to the big. Vintage after vintage we made our way through a series of necessary work-arounds, finding a way forward, that only later would be seen to be sustainable.

Recycled bottles – Because our production runs were small we were challenged when it came to dry-goods. When bottle makers refused to deliver to us, we found a local bottle recycler who became a trusted partner. This small business employs workers in a rural part of the country where stable and safe work is hard to find. What we learned is that when bottles are manufactured they have a limited shelf-life on the factory patio—a best before date if you will. Today we buy these bottles and wash them before use. This is glass that would otherwise have been smashed and melted and remade—without ever having been used. What is the carbon footprint of a bottle manufactured twice to be used once?

Labels & Packaging– We learned to paint / silk-screen bottles because our bottlings were so small that the label printers did not want to work with us. The industry was geared to long print runs and said there was no money in printing 1200 labels. So we built a custom machine and found experienced hands with silk-screening. Luis, our bottle painter, has been painting bottles for us for 11 years now. (Chile’s first hotel built entirely of recycled materials: The WineBox, has adapted out bottles for their lamps today.)

What’s with the wax? Regular capsules were also sold with a minimum far larger than our needs, so we found a school supply firm that would make us food-safe wax for seals from crayon wax.

All of these workarounds, bothers and hassles at the time led to a positive and durable differentiation in packaging. One that we have continued to work with earth-friendly inks for silk screening, and recycled materials for cases.

Fermentation tanks

Unable to buy new tanks– designed to make mainstream wines, large, expensive and inflexible in their design, we took the leftover cuttings and scraps of a large stainless manufacturer and pieced together Lagars (traditional word for open tanks). We did it for far less money and the upcycling created opportunities for local welding shops.

Fruit: Years ago we bought from mainstream growers. When we made a crackerjack wine, the grower would use the prestige with critics to sell our fruit to someone bigger / better known leaving us without said fruit and without continuity in our portfolio. After two or three experiences such as this, frustrated, we went South to the Secano to work with growers unknown, unpolished, and disconnected from the mainstream. Working closely with small growers far from the beaten path, we found diamonds in the rough. When the polishing was done we had forged a bond with the growers—partnerships that we have continued to build upon with others in the neighborhood.

Diverse leadership

Let’s face it, the wine business can be conservative, clubby and patriarchic. Having a female lead our work helps us work with our growers and suppliers on a different footing. We also like to mix scientists with field hands. Instead of contracting the cheapest bused-in labour, we keep it local where there are more experienced hands. Mercenary piece work doesn’t work — proper sourcing does. It’s a mouthful, but in a phrase: the difference created by the discretionary effort released when you work in good faith with local farmhands is so much more than the savings that might be achieved from cost-cutting, that there’s no comparing the two. We have never looked back.

Pictures of this vineyard taken over the past few years:

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/gwcoharvest/

The vignerons’ families have dry-farmed the Secano for generations, and not just their vineyards, but mixed farms of heritage seed wheat, free-range livestock, and local market gardening. Here we have the trilla (wheat threshing). Most of the sacks will make some of the best sourdough bread I know and some will be saved for planting next year’s crop.

https://winejournal.robertparker.com/garage-wine-co-chile-fieldcraft-farming #gwcoharvest2019

The vignerons’ families have dry-farmed the Secano for generations, and not just their vineyards, but mixed farms of heritage seed wheat, free-range livestock, and local market gardening. Here we have the trilla (wheat threshing). Most of the sacks will make some of the best sourdough bread I know and some will be saved for planting next year’s crop.

https://winejournal.robertparker.com/garage-wine-co-chile-fieldcraft-farming #gwcoharvest2019
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Many do not believe me when K speak of re-introducing lignified stems into the must — here’s how we do it. #gwcoharvest2019

Many do not believe me when K speak of re-introducing lignified stems into the must — here’s how we do it. #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Father and son team Raoul y Alvaro getting in the harvest #gwcoharvest2019

Father and son team Raoul y Alvaro getting in the harvest #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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“It came with packages boxes or tags. It came just the same . . . “ Theodore Seuss inspired transport #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

“It came with packages boxes or tags. It came just the same . . . “ Theodore Seuss inspired transport #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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The vignerons’ families have dry-farmed the Secano for generations, and not just their vineyards, but mixed farms of heritage seed wheat, free-range livestock, and local market gardening. Here we have the trilla (wheat threshing). Most of the sacks will make some of the best sourdough bread I know and some will be saved for planting next year’s crop.

https://winejournal.robertparker.com/garage-wine-co-chile-fieldcraft-farming #gwcoharvest2019

The vignerons’ families have dry-farmed the Secano for generations, and not just their vineyards, but mixed farms of heritage seed wheat, free-range livestock, and local market gardening. Here we have the trilla (wheat threshing). Most of the sacks will make some of the best sourdough bread I know and some will be saved for planting next year’s crop.

https://winejournal.robertparker.com/garage-wine-co-chile-fieldcraft-farming #gwcoharvest2019
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Triphenia? trifonic? The triumvirate of canasteros Dons Alvaro Raul & Hugo hauling in Syrah of all things — #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments

Triphenia? trifonic? The triumvirate of canasteros Dons Alvaro Raul & Hugo hauling in Syrah of all things — #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments ...

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Cutting fruit for a client today — same quadrilla same quality different music #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019

Cutting fruit for a client today — same quadrilla same quality different music #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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How juicy and delicious do these Cab Franc grapes look?!?! They're being harvested at the moment by garagewineco. This bunch is from the Las Higueras Vineyard in Maule Valley and the vines are 112 yrs old! All this harvest talk is making us thirsty, so we're off to have a glass of Garage Carignan. #Harvest2019
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How juicy and delicious do these Cab Franc grapes look?!?! They're being harvested at the moment by garagewineco. This bunch is from the Las Higueras Vineyard in Maule Valley and the vines are 112 yrs old! All this harvest talk is making us thirsty, so we're off to have a glass of Garage Carignan. #Harvest2019
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#winelover #winestagram #harvest #winegeek #Garagewineco #gwcoharvest2019 #hospitality #Chileanwine #winesofinsta #winegeek #winenerd #harvestlife #harvest #grapeharvest #restaurant #hospitalitylife #sommelierlife #winetasting #2019harvest #Chileharvest #MauleValley #sommlife #sommelier #wino #CabFranc #Cabernetfranc #Chile #wine
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Máquina is our Rudolph today — impatient yegua wants to get started #gwcoharvest2019

Máquina is our Rudolph today — impatient yegua wants to get started #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Why follow the harvest from home or office when you can follow the harvest from the picking box? #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard #gopro #goprochile #goprowine #mauleadicto #regiondelmaule #winesofchile

Why follow the harvest from home or office when you can follow the harvest from the picking box? #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard #gopro #goprochile #goprowine #mauleadicto #regiondelmaule #winesofchile ...

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Early morning aura Don Franco lends a hand - #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualgarnacha

Early morning aura Don Franco lends a hand - #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualgarnacha ...

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This is not a Nissan commercial — unfortunately. Although we could be on the testing team if you are listening. @nissancl #gwcogente #gwcofieldcraft #gwcoharvest2019

This is not a Nissan commercial — unfortunately. Although we could be on the testing team if you are listening. @nissancl #gwcogente #gwcofieldcraft #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Supervisor has appeared for the last day of picking #gwcoharvest2019

Supervisor has appeared for the last day of picking #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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That’s a rap for today time to clean up! #gwcoharvest2019

That’s a rap for today time to clean up! #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Picking in Itata profundo - #gwcoharvest2019

Picking in Itata profundo - #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Don Jorge y Don Cristian y Blundstone #gwcolashiguerasvineyard gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019

Don Jorge y Don Cristian y Blundstone #gwcolashiguerasvineyard gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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another day early #gwcobagualgarnacha #gwcoharvest2019

another day early #gwcobagualgarnacha #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Crush 2019 #gwcoharvest2019

Crush 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Nissan - shift DIY harvest trailering #gwcobagualgarnacha #gwcoharvest2019

Nissan - shift DIY harvest trailering #gwcobagualgarnacha #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Cooler days for picking #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoportezuelovineyard

Cooler days for picking #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoportezuelovineyard ...

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After heaps of work through the year one last early morning to collect the bounty #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemuvineyard #gwcotruquilemu #gwcotrabajosdecampo #gwcofieldcraft

After heaps of work through the year one last early morning to collect the bounty #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemuvineyard #gwcotruquilemu #gwcotrabajosdecampo #gwcofieldcraft ...

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Barrel prep #gwcoharvest2019

Barrel prep #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Superficial Garnacha #gwcoharvest2019

Superficial Garnacha #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Measure for measure #gwcoharvest2019

Measure for measure #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Peace victory and an end, eventually, to this vintage ! #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft

Peace victory and an end, eventually, to this vintage ! #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft ...

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Tomorrow it is time for some pictures from inside the cellar — here we are emptying the egg of a 2018 to make it ready for fermenting a 2019. #gwcoharvest2019

Tomorrow it is time for some pictures from inside the cellar — here we are emptying the egg of a 2018 to make it ready for fermenting a 2019. #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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New toys arriving from Q-branch on Monday. Good thing seeing as we are cutting fruit tomorrow and there isn’t anywhere to put it. Pedal to the metal full capacity wine making 2500 kgs at a time... #gwcoharvest2019

New toys arriving from Q-branch on Monday. Good thing seeing as we are cutting fruit tomorrow and there isn’t anywhere to put it. Pedal to the metal full capacity wine making 2500 kgs at a time... #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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First gamela 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualgarnacha

First gamela 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualgarnacha ...

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Canasteros take a break while harvesters start into the next section #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard

Canasteros take a break while harvesters start into the next section #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard ...

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Don Hugo whistles while he works #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard

Don Hugo whistles while he works #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard ...

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Kubota power #kubotachile @kubota_chile #gwcoharvest2019

Kubota power #kubotachile @kubota_chile #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Harvest advances #gwcoharvest2019

Harvest advances #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Gamelas still life #gwcoharvest2019

Gamelas still life #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Crush 2o19 #gwcoharvest2019

Crush 2o19 #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Canastero extraordinario Don Franco con Cariñena de Bagual Vineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard

Canastero extraordinario Don Franco con Cariñena de Bagual Vineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard ...

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Last one — I shall look for something current tomorrow #gwcosauzalvineyard #gwcoharvest2019

Last one — I shall look for something current tomorrow #gwcosauzalvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Cutting Carignan in Itata  #gwcoharvest2019

Cutting Carignan in Itata #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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There may or may not be collusion, but in here there is reduction you can be sure. #gwcoharvest2019

There may or may not be collusion, but in here there is reduction you can be sure. #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Scissor hands at work #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

Scissor hands at work #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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Some extra hands helping a small pick at #gwcosauzalvineyard #gwcoharvest2019

Some extra hands helping a small pick at #gwcosauzalvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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One of the last cuts of Las Higueras 2019 #gwcoharvest2019

One of the last cuts of Las Higueras 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Could you resist? I couldn’t. One more pick today. But that’s it that’s all for 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcorenacidovineyard #gwcocabernet

Could you resist? I couldn’t. One more pick today. But that’s it that’s all for 2019 #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcorenacidovineyard #gwcocabernet ...

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In search of a more serious cargadora #gwcoharvest2019

In search of a more serious cargadora #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Let the pressing begin #gwcoharvest2019

Let the pressing begin #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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In your honour @matt.wilson.gc wish you were here — look after that knee #gwcoharvest2019

In your honour @matt.wilson.gc wish you were here — look after that knee #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Cutting Cariñena in Bagual #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard

Cutting Cariñena in Bagual #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard ...

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With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment it must be ... Don Hugo showing off #gwcoharvest2019

With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment it must be ... Don Hugo showing off #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Taking a break for Easter and then back at it on Monday — Happy Easter everyone #gwcoharvest2019

Taking a break for Easter and then back at it on Monday — Happy Easter everyone #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Harvest cuttings #gwcoharvest2019

Harvest cuttings #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Bringing in the harvest — with a little help from Beastia #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

Bringing in the harvest — with a little help from Beastia #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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Cab Franc Maipo @singleferments #gwcoharvest2019

Cab Franc Maipo @singleferments #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Early morning in Truqui cutting Pais — give Pais a chance #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemu #gwcosingleferments

Early morning in Truqui cutting Pais — give Pais a chance #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemu #gwcosingleferments ...

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Pilar a.k.a. @singleferments with the Cab Franc #gwcoharvest2019

Pilar a.k.a. @singleferments with the Cab Franc #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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Gurgles #gwcoharvest2019

Gurgles #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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More testing #goprochile @goprochile #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard

More testing #goprochile @goprochile #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcobagualvineyard ...

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A much quieter reception this year #gwcoharvest2019

A much quieter reception this year #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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The one, the only, Monchito lending a hand in Sauzal - el único Monchito presta manos en Sauzal #galletadelinares #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard

The one, the only, Monchito lending a hand in Sauzal - el único Monchito presta manos en Sauzal #galletadelinares #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard ...

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Some days the drive to the pick is a little shorter #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

Some days the drive to the pick is a little shorter #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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And we begin with Cab Franc Las Higueras Vineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

And we begin with Cab Franc Las Higueras Vineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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Raoul  canastero — tan joven que no se dice Don.  #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft #gwcosingleferments

Raoul canastero — tan joven que no se dice Don. #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft #gwcosingleferments ...

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Final day cutting in Las Higueras — don’t forget your hat @joefattorini Love the @gopro earth bend on pan out ! #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

Final day cutting in Las Higueras — don’t forget your hat @joefattorini Love the @gopro earth bend on pan out ! #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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Three or four more days and we are done picking #gwcoharvest2019

Three or four more days and we are done picking #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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A must see #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoatworkinthewinery

A must see #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoatworkinthewinery ...

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Earlier today with Don Nivaldo in Sauzal #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard

Earlier today with Don Nivaldo in Sauzal #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard ...

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Cool weather for picking #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft

Cool weather for picking #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft ...

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And harvest continues with Cariñena in Sauzal #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard

And harvest continues with Cariñena in Sauzal #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosauzalvineyard ...

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First basket #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

First basket #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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#gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoportezuelovineyard

#gwcoharvest2019 #gwcoportezuelovineyard ...

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#gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

#gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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Don Hugo canastero extraordinario - bringjng in the fruit #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemuvineyard

Don Hugo canastero extraordinario - bringjng in the fruit #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcotruquilemuvineyard ...

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Franc #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019

Franc #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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and the picking continued on #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments

and the picking continued on #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments ...

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A one horse power day — using the caruncho / sleigh allows for more picking (time & energy) and less carrying #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

A one horse power day — using the caruncho / sleigh allows for more picking (time & energy) and less carrying #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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#gwcoharvest2019 brought to you by #gopro #startingupload #ruralconnectionstooslowforvideo #goprochile #gwcofieldcraft

#gwcoharvest2019 brought to you by #gopro #startingupload #ruralconnectionstooslowforvideo #goprochile #gwcofieldcraft ...

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Last day cutting in Las Higueras (more fruit than expected in last cuarteles— good for all of us save the cellar master who is going to have to devise how to stuff it all in to the lagares available. #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcogente Raulito

Last day cutting in Las Higueras (more fruit than expected in last cuarteles— good for all of us save the cellar master who is going to have to devise how to stuff it all in to the lagares available. #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcogente Raulito ...

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Saludos from empedrado from Don Hugo (la fruta es buena buena) #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments

Saludos from empedrado from Don Hugo (la fruta es buena buena) #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcosingleferments ...

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Itata profundo In #gwcoharvest2019

Itata profundo In #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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The first 2019’s go into barrel #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft

The first 2019’s go into barrel #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcofieldcraft ...

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Cutting fruit in Sauzal with DonNivaldo #gwcosauzalvineyard #maule #chileanwine #movi #gwcoharvest2019

Cutting fruit in Sauzal with DonNivaldo #gwcosauzalvineyard #maule #chileanwine #movi #gwcoharvest2019 ...

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All aboard the harvest sleigh #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

All aboard the harvest sleigh #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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...and we use the same picking boxes at each parcel so you can join us for the whole harvest parcel by parcel #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gopro #goprochile #regiondelmaule #mauleadicto #winesofchile

...and we use the same picking boxes at each parcel so you can join us for the whole harvest parcel by parcel #gwcolashiguerasvineyard #gwcoharvest2019 #gopro #goprochile #regiondelmaule #mauleadicto #winesofchile ...

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Dorothy we are not in Maipo anymore — #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard

Dorothy we are not in Maipo anymore — #gwcoharvest2019 #gwcolashiguerasvineyard ...

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