Located in a privileged place where the natural wealth of the central zone is mixed with the historical heritage linked to the independence and founding of Chile, Viña Doña Javiera is a family business that today rescues the winemaking tradition of several generations.
FRANCISCO CORREA S.
Francisco Correa Salas inherited from his parents the Fundo San Miguel and lived there since 1940.
His great-grandfather Bonifacio Correa Albano was the first in the family to grow vineyards and produce wines and in 1992 Don Paco decided to take up the family tradition, building a winery with a capacity of one and a half million liters and planting fifty hectares of vineyard with Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot, Carmenére, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
Today the Correa Family is part of the identity of the Commune of El Monte, with a contribution to the community that surpasses the merely productive aspects, since they are also the custodians of the rich historical heritage present in its dependencies and that they share with all those interested in knowing a little more about the history of Chile.
Felipe de Solminihac I. Chilean Engineer Agronomist Enologist, graduate of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Graduated from the Intitut d’Oenologie de Bordeaux, France Pontifical Professor Catholic University of Chile
José Yávar Correa
Jorge Armijo Vera
Key Account Manager
Benjamin Yávar Correa
Juan Pablo Yávar Correa