Cabo de Hornos is the purest expression of Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon originating from volcanic soils. The grapes are planted at the foothills of the Andes mountain range in the Cachapoal Andes Valley, and are affected by winds which come down from the mountains, allowing for slow ripening and a concentrated wine of great character.
Founded in 1865, Viña San Pedro is today one of the largest and oldest exporters of Chilean wine and one of the most important wineries in the country.
The main vineyard, the winery and the centenary underground pit of San Pedro are located in Molina, in the Curicó Valley, 200 km south of Santiago. Here, it has one of the most extensive vineyards in Latin America, with 1,200 hectares.
Its portfolio includes the brands Altaïr, Sideral, Cabo de Hornos, Kankana del Elqui, Tierras Moradas, 1865, Castillo de Molina, GatoNegro 9 Lives, which enjoy a vibrant success in the most competitive markets.