Viña Tarapacá, the Chilean firm that is recognized internationally for its exceptional line of wines that accompany at all times, welcomes Tarapacá Plus, organic wine that will surprise Mexican foodies with its sophisticated flavor.

Tarapacá Plus as a wine with a fruity and complex nose, the result of strains belonging to different soil profiles. There are notes of ripe black fruit, tobacco and leather, combined with subtle vegetable notes from the Cabernet Franc. Firm and velvety structure, balanced in alcohol-acidity and good persistence ", says Sebastián Ruiz, the renowned winemaker of the brand.

Located in the Maipo Valley, Viña Tarapacá has positioned itself with its line of wines of supreme quality, which is now complemented by a new organic member that is already available in Mexico.

Tarapacá Plus, an 2015 reserve, is an assembly made from carefully selected certified organic grapes, which confirms the brand's commitment to wine quality, as well as the issue related to sustainability management.

This new organic wine from Viña Tarapacá It was tested at 2016 by the prestigious journalist and wine critic, James Suckling, who awarded 91 points.


To enjoy this Red Blend It is recommended to drink it at a temperature around 18ºC. It is perfect to pair with Mexican cuisine, for example with a entomatado with beef and a tacos de arrachera with guacamole. It is also ideal to accompany semi-ripe cheeses or acid fruits. Quite an experience to satisfy the senses.

Within the projects that he owns Viña Tarapacá Regarding the care of the environment, the conservation initiatives of native flora and fauna stand out, such as the "Viña Tarapacá Biodiversity Program", launched at 2014 with the objective of minimizing the impact of agricultural activity on the biodiversity of the Fundo El Rosario.

This program is focused on restoring and conserving native species, promoting ecosystem services towards the vineyard, to achieve its sustainable use.





"Tarapacá Plus the exceptional organic wine of Viña Tarapacá arrives in Mexico".