Gonzalez Bastias

González Bastías

González Bastías is a town, and a small, family owned winery in western Maule owned and operated by Jose Luís Bastías and Daniela Lorenzo.

Jose’s family planted their 4 hectare vineyard in the early 1800’s and they have been cultivating it ever since. Visiting this vineyard is like travelling back in time: to reach it, you must cross the Maule River by canoe from the local train station between Talca and Constitucion. Jose farms and vinifies biodynamically and without the use of machines; the soil is a mixture of sand and gravel. All the fruit is pressed by hand over bamboo zarandas into open top cement vats; the wines are then aged in either barrels or amphora. All made without manipulation and without the addition of sulfur.

The wines from this unique property are some of the most unique expressions in Chile and are remnants of Chilean ancestry, which is in danger of extinction.

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A blend of Moscatel, Torrontel and País. The Moscatel and the Torrontel ferment on the skins with a maceration that lasts 60 days; 20% of... Read More

País Matorral
País (Mission)
100% estate País from a 200-year-old single vineyard in the Maule region; pressed by hand in bamboo ‘sieves’ or zarandas. Fermented in open... Read More

País Tinaja
País (Mission)
The fruit comes from a bi-centenary vineyard, and the wine is made the same way as the Matorral— pressed by hand in bamboo ‘sieves’ or ... Read More