We are a Labyrinth because it represents the diversity, complexity and harmony of our wines.

But also, as an image, the Labyrinth is a metaphor for our philosophy: the circle is universally recognized as a symbol of wholeness and unity; the spiral is a symbol of transformation and growth.

We define ourseLves as wine exploreRs: constantLy looking for neW creative ways to find the best aRomAs and fLavors

Whether due to the volcanic soil, the influence of native trees, the fact that they're fermented in pots made from clay found in the area or aged in lenga barrels from Tierra del Fuego, we want our wines to exist as the best expression of a certain particularity of the place and the process of their creation. Each of our wines is the result of the dedication of those who are involved in every step of the process.

The connection to and care for nature is at the core of our philosophy. A place full of nuances that are expressed in the production of wines with unique characteristics.

Equally important is the love and respect for the people who inhabit these lands. We are grateful for their knowledge of these soils, wisdom that we have sought to incorporate from planting to harvest.


Our winemaker Rafael Tirado has dedicated his entire professional life to winemaking. From the beginning, he has participated and worked in many wineries in Chile and abroad, which has helped him obtain a very broad and diverse wine education.

"My life has always been linked to Lake Colbún and it has been a very important part of my work and family, a place that has been the cradle of learning about wine, sailing, fishing, hiking in the Andes Mountains and enjoying the incredible nature of the area." Rafa

Environmental Responsibility

A fundamental part of our philosophy is a deep respect for the environment and care for nature.

Our planet is heavily affected by deforestation and desertification, the unbridled use of fossil fuels, the pollution of our oceans and the consequent man-made climate change. We feel compelled to help reverse this situation by being positive environmental actors in our society.

We let nature in


We believe that another way of farming is possible. As part of the sustainability we seek, regenerative agriculture is an ecosystem rehabilitation approach based on imitating nature. We want to invite as much biodiversity as possible to coexist alongside Laberinto's vines.

Monocultures (including viticulture) cause harmful effects such as the alteration of the hydrological cycle of the land, negatively influencing the abundance and composition of flora and fauna species, as well as soil erosion and the modification of the structure and composition of the soil, diminishing the natural capacity of the land to capture carbon dioxide.

When the soil is most alive, we are able to capture and sequester carbon in it, thus increasing the land’s resilience to climate change. In turn, the accumulation of organic carbon in soil strengthens it by allowing it to retain more water, helping it cope with drought more easily and generate a virtuous cycle for a balanced ecosystem.

What are the comMitments made by Laberinto?

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    1.1 We are committed to leaving 75% of the property undisturbed in order to preserve the native forest, which in turn helps biological pest control.

    1.2 We have eliminated one row out of five in some sectors, in order to give more space for a more organic working of the soil, inducing greater biodiversity.

    1.3 We work with sheep, cows and horses during the winter.

    1.4 We want to allow the entry of animals to help regenerate the topsoil in the summer, for this we will raise the fruit cordon in parts of the vineyard from 60cm to 120cm.

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    2.1 To recycle as much agricultural waste as possible and add this composted material to the vineyard. Giving back to the soil all that it contributed to the plants and the grapes.

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    3.1 We are on our way to achieving this certification, with an increased focus on the use of organic products.

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    4.1 We seek to implement more and more renewable energy sources in our processes for the efficient use of energy.

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    Zero Waste

    5.1 We are working towards becoming a “zero waste” vineyard by 2028.

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