About Us

Yamana History

Yamana were a tribe that lived in the extreme south of the American continent, between Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, considered the southernmost people in the world, they were nomads and excellent hunters, just as they did in the past, now we search and hunt the best wines experience from the new world wine and spirits industry

Wine Import and Distribution

We have created Yamana to import and distribute only new world wines and spirits, taking care to bring high quality products from different corners of the Earth. Today we offer you the most exclusive from Chile and New Zealand wines and soon we will hunt new and attractive items.
Land of sauvignon


Chile is one of the most unique countries in the world for making wine thanks to the diversity of its geography. Its sprawling coastline, rolling plains, mountainous regions, and glaciers that border its southern tip make Chile one of the most interesting places to make red, white, rosé, and even sparkling wine in the world.
With a Mediterranean climate, also heavily influenced by the Humboldt Current that cools down the coastline, or the Andes Mountains that provide ventilation and control cloud formation. These factors bring to life some standout wines we all know and love, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Carmenere, Syrah, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and many others.
Source of chardonnay

New Zealand

New Zealand's long growing season and cool maritime climate make ideal conditions for grape growing, producing some distinctive, premium-quality wines.
As a result of grapes being grown in such a range of mini-climates and soil types, a diverse range of styles has developed.
Sauvignon Blanc is New Zealand’s most commonly planted grape, producing the world’s best Sauvignon Blanc. Its unique style is more pungently fruity than any other wine from the grape variety.
Chardonnay it’s the most widely grown variety, thriving in all of the major wine-growing regions. Hawke’s Bay, Gisborne and Marlborough are particularly well known for their Chardonnay, although each region produces its own distinct style, ranging from Gisborne's softer Chardonnay through to the more concentrated wine from Hawke's Bay.
New Zealand Pinot Noir also has a strong international reputation and is the country’s second-most exported wine after Sauvignon Blanc. Pinot Noir relishes cool temperatures and low rainfall, so performs particularly well in the Martinborough and Central Otago regions.