In 1865, the Correa Albano brothers reached the town of Molina with an ideal: to found a great winery. The excitement was such that people began to speculate about a castle being built. It would be the pride and joy of the town: the only one of its kind in all of Chile. The Correa Albano brothers explained they would plant vineyards, and that they were building a great underground wine cellar where they would age the wines produced through all of their hard work. Many years later, when the vines were yielding fruit and their wines had become well-known around the world, Viña San Pedro decided to honor the strength, dedication and enthusiasm of those villagers, giving their first Reserve wine the name, Castillo de Molina. The distinction and quality of these wines are its most treasured fortress.
Since 2007 Castillo de Molina communication was focused on the Slow Life concept. The Slow Life way of living is an invitation to enjoy life in a different way, with a paused rhythm, creating a new sense of time, “your own time”.This involves taking time to re-discover life and what is really important to each one of us. It is also to look at things in a different perspective, to think about what makes you feel great and how to get there. It is an invitation to take the time to enjoy every second of life.
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