The Mapu valley in Chile is home to an ancient terroir. Some of the first South American wines were made here, as spicy as they are generous. Fascinated by the uniqueness and potential of the terroir, the winemakers of Baron Philippe de Rothschild wanted to go back to the origins of a legendary vineyard and its grape varieties: the Mapu wines were born.
Mapu takes its name from the local language, Mapuche, and means 'land'. The expertise of the people of Baron Philippe de Rothschild allows them to extract the raw and original expression of these unique terroirs. Each wine speaks the language of this legendary land, embodied in respect for the terroir, generous fruit, exuberant aromas and flavors and rich textures.