Bouchon Family Wines
Where history and tradition meet innovation and the future
Emile Bouchon was one of the countless French immigrants who tried their luck in Chile at the end of the 19th century. The Frenchman, who came from Saint-Émilion, soon acquired a small vineyard and secured precious old vines for his descendants that today guarantee pure drinking pleasure.
The three siblings Maria, Julio, and Juan, form the 4th generation active today. Bouchon stands for innovative wines with great respect for tradition. Old varietals such as "País" and dry farming are what you will find here. Unadorned but smooth are the wines from the house Bouchon where people neither rest nor rust.