Seña – literally meaning “signal” – was Chile’s first icon wine. In the early 1990s, the country had a reputation mainly for lower-end, high-volume wines, but Eduardo Chadwick, owner and president of Viña Errázuriz, set out to change that. He partnered with Robert Mondavi to craft a world-class Chilean wine. They spent four years finding the perfect site, eventually settling on the Aconcagua Valley. Here, 40km from the Pacific Ocean, they planted 42 hectares with Bordeaux varieties. The first vintage was 1995.