Capachito owes its name to an endemic plant to Chile's flora: the Calceolar. Over the Andean countries, this flower is commonly called Capachito. The distinctive feature of this plant are its flowers. When it blooms, during spring, magnificent flowers appear, generally yellow or violet, in a way reminiscent of a bunch of grapes.
Capachito can be found in the heart of Apalta at the foot of the Andes mountains. The estate is located some 2 hours’ drive from Santiago, Chile’s capital city. The excellent drainage of the soil and the interaction between the flora that grows on this property offer Capachito the privilege of producing great wines.