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Cousiño Macul

Cousiño Macul

Founded in 1856, the Viña Cousiño Macul is the only one, among those established in the 19th century, which continues in the hands of the founding family.

The company

Founded in 1856, the Viña Cousiño Macul is the only one among those established in the 19th century that continues in the hands of the founding family, which controls 100% of the company’s property.

We are a company with tradition, character and identity. For years we have been concerned to be leaders in the wine production, always keeping in mind our values, our history that supports us and the excellence of our wines.

“Our mission is to produce world class wines that are authentically Chilean, with a character that expresses the unique flavor of the Maipo Valley”, Carlos Cousiño, Chairman of the Board of Cousiño Macul.

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The family

The Viña Cousiño Macul is managed today by the sixth generation of the Cousiño, the three brothers Carlos, Emilio and Arturo Cousiño Valdés. They are in charge of continuing with the clan’s more traditional business.

Like their predecessors, they have put their own mark on history by bringing quality to the limit, thus ensuring the position of Viña Cousiño Macul as a leading family business. Carlos, the oldest of the three, is the current president of the Viña Cousiño Macul.


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Oenological Team

Our winemaking team is characterized by its great professionalism and expertise. They are constantly worried about perfecting themselves in order to produce wines of excellent quality according to market expectations.

Rosario Palma Corrales

He studied agronomy with a specialty in Enology at the Pontifical University of Chile. He made the harvest in 2003 and 2004 in Cousiño Macul in Buin. In 2003 he harvested California, at the Kendall Jackson vineyard in Oackville, in the Napa Valley. In 2004, he made a vintage in Spain, at the Borsao wineries in Borja, in the Aragón region. The year 2010 he lived in Germany, where he had the opportunity to know the wine regions of Spain, Italy, France and Germany. In 2012 he returned to work at Cousiño Macul, in the implementation of Redline.