Since the winery was set up in 2014, it has been progressively incorporating renewable energy into the electricity supply for its facilities and processes. Under the I-REC standard, the final accreditation certifies that this renewable supply has been obtained in accordance with the highest international standards, reporting zero carbon emissions.
VIK’s viticultural and winemaking management are inspired by its commitment to caring for the environment. It prioritizes natural processes that are in harmony with nature and works in a personalized manner to optimize processes and use natural resources efficiently.
• Atria Energía operates internationally and has been present in the electricity generation market in Chile and Peru for over 25 years. It supplies more than 500 customers and Fitch Ratings has granted the company an A- risk rating in Chile. I-REC (International Renewable Energy Certificate) certification has been officially accepted by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHGP), by corporations participating in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) and by the RE100 (Renewable 100) initiative.
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• VIK Winery was founded in 2004. In 2006, it acquired 4,500 hectares in the Cachapoal Valley, where a team of winemakers, climatologists, geologists, winegrowers and agronomists has worked to develop an exceptional terroir that has given life to world-class wines.