Located at the northwest of Santiago, between the soaring Andes Mountains and the rugged Pacific Coast, the vineyard possesses a unique diversity of climate and soil. The lowest zones of the valley are fresh and ideal for the development of white wines, whereas the high zones possess hotter and propitious temperatures for the production of stained wines as Merlot and Pinot Noir.
Veramonte has one of the most extensive contiguous vineyards of Chile, with a surface of more than 420 hectares in the best zone of the Valley of Casablanca. The vineyard is surrounded by more than 4.500 hectares (10.000 acres) of native forest, beside possessing one stride along this interior with more than 24 species of birds.
Varieties grown are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Merlot.