Drawn by architect Smiljan Radic, designer of the latest pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in London, the “chai” or winery conceals itself amongst the vines as a simple white line. Past a concrete enclosure, a body of water dotted with blocks of stone transforms itself into an open-air artistic installation. Stroll along as if you were in a museum, and you will soon be enraptured by the organic characteristics of the depths of the winery, where thousands of French wood kegs have accumulated. Slightly younger vintages, like the grands crus age here, sheltered from the Chilean sunshine. It’s time for a tasting!