To protect and share the Chilean heritage—that is the mission of Mancura, a winery that is SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE and among the first in the country to receive the Wines of Chile Certificate of Sustainability. Its vineyards in the Maule Valley—BIRTHPLACE OF CHILEAN VITICULTURE—home to the ancestral varieties that give rise to wines with tremendous quality at affordable prices, unlike other brands in its category. Its HERITAGE WINES are a reflection of Chile, its nature, and its customs and are made for consumers who want to care for the planet and provide a better world for future generations.


The first winery in Chile to obtain the Wines of Chile Sustainability Certification in its three areas: vineyards, winery, and community. Efficient use of water and electricity resources with a goal of reducing its consumption by 5% in 2022.

The first winery in the country to obtain Wines of Chile’s Sustainability Certificate by complying with its 3 areas: vineyard, cellar, and community.

Total compliance in the green 3 area of the Sustainability Code.

Inclusion of the local community.

Valuation and soil care.

Water and energy efficiency, targeting a 5% reduction during 2022.


The Maule Valley wine region is located 260 km south of Santiago. In general terms, it is recognized as having some of the oldest vineyards in Chile. Its sub-humid Mediterranean climate and soils of alluvial and volcanic origin deliver juicy red fruit and a delicious rusticity to the wines.

All of the Guardián wines come from this valley known for its century-old vines and concentrated grapes. Mancura seeks to care for and develop this noble origin and offer consumers its heritage varieties through wines with tremendous quality and character.

Guardián presents a portfolio of wines made with high-quality grapes. The heritage varieties include País, Carignan, and its new Cinsault.
The Spanish Conquistadors introduced the País variety in Chile in the 16th century for use in making communion wine for religious purposes, and small producers in the dry coastal secano zone kept its spirit alive over time. Today, rediscovered and with a new-found appreciation, País represents a unique value in the world, expresses the enormous potential for making distinctive wines, and is one of the most exceptional varieties that Chile has to offer.
A wine with a strong presence of red fruits recalling raspberries and sour cherries as well as light notes of earth and spices recalling cinnamon. Very fresh and fruity on the palate, with a smooth structure and medium body. A wine that invites you to drink more than a single glass.
Also known as Cariñena, this variety is a faithful representative of Chile’s viticultural heritage. Primarily planted in the south, it expresses the Maule Valley’s dry coastal secano zone very well. Carignan vines are head trained and dry farmed, and their wines are known for their high acidity, robust tannins, and deep color.
A wine known for its notes of black fruits such as maqui, blackberries, and blueberries as well as sweet notes of vanilla and fresh tobacco. The palate offers big body and tremendous structure with flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, and candied fruits.
Originally from southern France, this variety has found its home in Chile, especially in the central-south, where it has become an essential part of the viticultural heritage in the Maule and Itata Valleys. Its wines are tremendously fruity with intense aromas of red fruits and very fresh with medium acidity on the palate.
A wine with aromas of raspberries, sour cherries, blackberries, and a bit of black pepper. The palate is fresh with a high concentration of fruit and an abundance of tannins that linger gently on the palate.
Its wines are a tribute to the national viticultural heritage, with exceptional quality and affordable prices. They have earned international awards from the specialized media around the world and are available in more than 30 countries.