The winery is located in Maquehua near the city of Curicó in the area of the same name in the Valle Central region of Chile. It was founded in 1979 by Miguel A. Torres (fourth family generation), the current president of the Spanish wine house Torres. He was the first in Chile to introduce stainless steel tanks and barrique barrels and played a major role in the upswing of viticulture. The vineyards cover a total of about 400 hectares. They are spread over several vineyards in different wine-growing areas, which are far apart from each other. These are Curicó, Empedrado, Elqui, Itata, Maipo, Maule and Secano Interior.
The red wine varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Carignan(Mazuelo), Pinot Noir, Monastrell, Tempranillo and País(Listán Prieto), as well as the white wine varieties Chardonnay, Viognier, Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat d'Alexandrie, Muscat Rosé (variety Muscat Blanc) and Moscatel Amarillo are cultivated. The large product range includes wines from increasingly organic grapes. They are produced under the labels Conde de Superunda (Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Monastrell, Carmenère), Cordillera, Días de Verano, Estelado (sparkling wine), Escaleras de Empedrado (Pinot Noir), Las Mulas, Manso de Velasco (Cabernet Sauvignon), Miguel Torres Gran Reserva, Nectaria, Pisco de Verano (brandy), Reserva de Pueblo and Santa Digna.