Horses in their stables next to the Casa Patronal

The horses' stables next to the Casa Patronal.

Wild horses abound in the lands around the winery and are very dear to the Kingston family. In fact, the names of our wines are after some of these horses.

Wild horses abound in the lands around the winery and are very dear to the Kingston family. In fact, the names of our wines are after some of these horses.

Another horse in its stable next to the Old Corral

Another horse in its stable next to the Old Corral

Horses grazing across the road from the Casa Patronal

Horses grazing on the farm across from the Casa Patronal

A beautiful Lucero horse next to a bottle of Lucero wine

Kingston Vineyards - Wine Named After a Horse

A tobiano horse and a bottle of our Tobiano Pinot Noir

A picture of one of the wild horses at Kingston a Tobiano for which our Tobiano Pinot Noir is named.

A bottle of our Bayo Oscuro Syrah and a Bayo Oscuro horse!

Read on to find out why and see photos of Bayo Oscuro, Cariblanco, and Tobiano horses on our farm in Casablanca, Chile.

An Alazan horse

Kingston Vineyards - Wine Named After a Horse

A Lucero and Alazan horse pose for our photographer, Elisabeth Calmes

Kingston Vineyards - Wine Named After a Horse

A close up of a beautiful Alazan horse for which our Alazan Pinot Noir is named.

A close up of a beautiful Alazan horse for which our Alazan Pinot Noir is named.


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