In 1995, Eduardo Chadwick pioneered a joint venture with renowned winemaker Robert Mondavi to handcraft a world-class wine from Chile. After four long years of searching they found the ideal sloped terroir in Chile’s Aconcagua Valley. In 1999 Bordeaux red grapes were planted over 42 hectares of the unique virgin terroir, where the mediterranean climate ensures optimal ripening and both cool mountain air and Pacific breezes guarantee freshness. In 2005 Chadwick assumed complete ownership of the Seña project, and focused on biodynamic farming and impeccable winemaking. This single wine from a single estate has continued to challenge the very best Bordeaux-styled wines of the world in blind competitions, and is an acknowledged global superstar.