Casas del Bosque Winery
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Casas del Bosque is one of the most important vineyards in Casablanca. It has gained great prestige, and in 2010 it became the best vineyard to visit in Chile.
Casas del Bosque winemaking team is responsible for the consistency and the quality of their wines. In addition, they print a distinctive stamp to all their wines, which has allowed them to obtain multiple awards granted by increasingly demanding critics, both in Chile and abroad.
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