A newcomer to the Isla de Maipo scene, this winery is the creation of Norwegian shipping magnate Dan Odfjell and his son, an architect who sketched out the winery's stylish, minimalist look and narrow ceiling, which gives the sensation of being in a ship's hull. Although "boutique" by Chilean standards, Odfjell is by no means a small operation, producing 50,000 cases per year in different price ranges and lines. In 2008, Odfjell purchased a new 7-hectare vineyard of cabernet sauvignon and carmenère grapes in the Colchagua Valley. The wines routinely score high on the Wine Spectator scale, but it's the sylvan setting, design, quirkiness of the winery, and Mrs. Odfjell's Norwegian ponies that make this a worthwhile visit. There is a terrace with a sprawling view of the vineyard and the Andes. A basic tour costs $20 (£13) and includes two wines; an advanced tour costs $40 (£27), including four wines.