Santa Ema

Santa Ema

Viña Santa Ema

102 years ago, Italian pioneer Pedro Pavone traveled to Chile purely by instinct. He bought a piece of land in Isla de Maipo, a kind of island surrounded by the fork of the Maipo River. The first vines were planted and the fruit was sold to large wineries.

Santa Ema

Until Pedro thought: “I can do this too!”. The first piece of land that was purchased is called Santa Ema and so the wines called Santa Ema were born. A warm-hearted family business with Italian class, Chilean temperament and unprecedented quality. Grandma even still lives in her cottage between the vineyards. Italian class, Chilean temperament and unprecedented quality is what Santa Ema stands for.

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