Old Bridge Cellars, a California-based sales, marketing and import firm, has partnered with VIA Wines of Chile to sell and market its three brands Chilcas, Oveja Negra and Chilensis in the US.

VIA Wines is the third winery to be certified sustainable under Wines of Chile’s sustainability programme, claims the company.

The winery produces wines from more than 2,500 acres of vineyards in Maule, Curico, Colchagua and Casablanca valleys.

Chilcas wines include the Reserva tier, Single Vineyard tier and the Icons.

The Reserva tier offers single varietal expressions and is available at suggested retail price of $11.99.

The Single Vineyard tier offers wines made from grapes sourced from single vineyard and is available at suggested retail price of $18.99.

The Icons are made from grapes sourced from Maule Valley vineyard and are available at suggested retail price of $34.99-49.99.

Oveja Negra wines include Reserva or Black Sheep, a white wine made from blending Sauvignon Blanc and Carmenere, and a Single Vineyard tier made from single varietal grape, Carignan, sourced from Maule Valley vineyard.

The Reserva and Single Vineyard are available at suggested retail price of $10.99 and $16.99, respectively.

Chilensis’ Reservas offer single varietal expressions from VIA’s various estates and is available at suggested retail price of $9.99.

VIA Wines commercial director Santiago Cilley said each of the brands has a unique identity, backed by own winemaking team, resulting in a unique style for each; yet, all share their commitment to quality and sustainability.

"We’re excited to be working with Old Bridge Cellars to broaden our presence and continue our growth in the US," Cilley added.

Old Bridge Cellars president Rob Buono said as they continue to expand their portfolio into established global wine regions, Chile is appealing when it comes to the quality to price ratio.

"We’re consistently looking for wines that are both well-made and over-deliver, while holding true to their individual appellations," Buono added.