Cousiño Macul was among the first Chilean wineries to grow and produce Chardonnay. Vines were originally established in the Maipo Valley from cuttings brought back from France's Burgundy region in the late 19th Century. Over time, the winery developed two distinct styles of Chardonnay. One is their Antiguas Reservas which is partially barrel fermented and aged in oak barriques. The other, represented by this 2009 Chardonnay, that exhibits a vivacious style of fruit-filled and no-wood.