Viu Manent has its own enological style. Its medium size allows it to take great care with every detail and be able to reach maximum standards of quality in its wines, which are internationally known and appreciated.
Viu 1 represents Viu Manent’s vast experience and specialization in Malbec.
El Incidente is Viu Manent’s take on Carménère, now considered Chile’s emblematic variety.
The Viu Manent series of wines is the winery’s backbone. This flagship brand that bears its name represents the company’s values.
ViBo is a line of wines that originated from experimentation and innovation at Viu Manent.
The first phase gave rise to the ViBo Limited Edition Malbec as the result of Viu Manent’s long experience with the variety, which led to the adventure of producing a high-end Malbec in the Uco Valley, Argentina.
Until recently, ViBo was Viu Manent’s brand name in Argentina, but the second phase of the project incorporated two blends made in Chile’s Colchagua Valley in Chile, effectively turning ViBo into a line of wines.
Secreto is a line of wines with a fresh and modern style. Art and terroir have come together in this line in which the varieties have much to express.
This line uses lesser-known varieties to make very expressive fresh and aromatic blends, each with a very closely guarded secret—the winemaker includes a 15% component that only he knows.
Viu Manent commissioned Chilean artist Catalina Abbot to create the labels for each of its seven Secretos.
Rayuela is Spanish for hopscotch, a traditional children’s game known around the world.
This line of wines was named in honor of the philosophy behind the game—it’s simple, informal, and fun.
“All you need is a sidewalk, chalk, and a stone to play Rayuela.”