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Los-Morros-logoThe name LOS MORROS, or “the hills”, comes from the rolling hills of vineyards that run alongside winemaker Miguel Besoain’s family home in Maipo Valley. These vineyards continue south, through the central valley of Chile – from this special mountainous terroir, Miguel produces hand-crafted wines using only the highest quality grapes. Miguel’s
wine making style stems from his vast experience working throughout European wine regions producing expressive, young and playful wines with excellent varietal tipicity.

Learn more at: www.lafkenwines.com

View our varietals below.


  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Grassy, intense, lemon, and floral notes. Dry yet fresh with a clean and slightly spiced finish.
  • Carménère

    The Carménère is considered the national grape of Chile! This wine is full and intense notes of forest fruits, eucalyptus and leather lead to a long persistent finish.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    Intense and lively;notes of fresh black berries and cassis framed with dark chocolate and cherries. Well-structured, with a hint of vanilla on a long and persistent finish.
  • Pinot Noir

    This wine is light ruby red in color. It has cherry, cassis and raspberry aromas. This Pinot Noir has a juicy, medium concentration, good acidity and persistence.

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