Viña González Bastías is dedicated to the elaboration of Natural Wines, our vines are 200 years old and are located right by the majestic Maule river. This area is designated as the "secano costero" which means there is no irrigation and we depend on rain and underground waters for the agriculture. We are located midway between Talca and Constitución and you can arrive here by taking a historic train known as the "Last Ramal". The winery is right across the river from the González Bastías Station and visitors will cross the river on a boat to get to the winery.
With only about 4 hectares of vines of mainly aromatic whites like moscatel, Torontel and the ever-present light red País , originally from the Canary Islands, called the Mission grape in North America, the Bastias family have essentially just never changed the way things were done and so have been natural for five generations.