1760
Juan Antonio Cousiño emigrates to Chile from Spain.
1810
Matías Cousiño is born.
1828
Matías Cousiño marries Loreto Squella.
1835
Luis Cousiño is born, and during the birth Loreto Squella dies.
1841
Matías marries Luz Gallo Zavala, mother of Emeterio and Isidora Goyenechea.
1852
On September 9th the first Chilean coal company is formed, named the Lota Coal Company.
1855
Luis Cousiño marries Isidora Goyenechea.
1856
The Macul Estate with 1000 acres is purchased from which 54 were planted with vines.
1860
Luis travels with Isidora to Europe to renew the native vine variety of the Macul Estate, planted by Juan Jofré.
1864
Europe is affected by phylloxera, a bacterium that devastates vine plantations.
1870
Construction begins on a winery at the Macul Estate.
1872
The construction of an underground cellar in the winery begins, which was built in a way that it would not exceed or go below 15°C, storing the wines to their best.
1873
In May, after being afflicted with tuberculosis, Luis Cousiño dies, leaving Isidora in charge of all family businesses.
1878
Construction finalizes and Isidora Goyenechea unveils a new era.
1898
After a long life as a female entrepreneur and having brought forward the industry in Chile, Isidora Goyenechea dies.
1918
Arturo Cousiño Lyon, of only 21 years of age, takes leadership in all family enterprises.
1992
A new wine, Finis Terrae, is released honoring our country and our history.
1997
Land is acquired in Alto Jahuel, Buin. All wine making is moved to the area, leaving Macul only with the wine production of the Premium Finis Terrae.
1998
Carlos Cousiño Subercaseaux dies, fifth generation in charge of the vineyard.
2004
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Cousiño Macul Winery a new icon wine, Lota, is released and does honor to our history as a coal family.
2008
The seventh generation of the family enters to work in the Vineyard.
2017
Today the Cousiño family remains in charge of the family business.