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Corporate Profile

Viña Concha y Toro today occupies an outstanding position among the world’s most important wine companies. With consolidated sales in 2020 of $769.067 million and 35 million cases sold globally, the company shows the strength of its business model and international leadership, with a presence in over 130 countries.

Its successful performance has converted Viña Concha y Toro into a symbol of Chilean wine in the world which has been recognized by the most prestigious publications, with 27 times mentioned among the “Top 100 Wineries of the Year” in Wine & Spirits and recognized as International Drinks Company of the Year according to The Drinks Business in 2021.

The business strategy of Viña Concha y Toro has aimed to a constant increase in sales, participation and market share, looking to be a leading global company, centered on the consumer, with a focus on development of pemium wine brands. The company has worked on a vertically-integrated production model, from the origin in the vineyard to its commercialization, to which has been earmarked significant investments in vineyards, wineries, modern plants, and recently in sales, participating directly in the distribution within key markets.

The company has developed a broad portfolio of multi-origin wines from Chile, Argentina and the United States, in order to meet the needs of diverse and demanding customer profiles and to be present at several price-points of the markets in which it participates.

To the famous and prestigious Viña Concha y Toro wine portfolio it have been added new oenological proposals from its subsidiaries Concha y Toro, Cono Sur, Trivento Winery and Vineyards in Argentina, and Fetzer Vineyards in California, with its main wine brands Fetzer and Bonterra. Also, through the joint venture with the renowned French winery Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Almaviva is born, taking Chilean wine to the highest international circuits.

TO BE A LEADING GLOBAL COMPANY,
CENTERED ON THE CONSUMER, WITH A FOCUS
ON THE  DEVELOPMENT OF PREMIUM WINE BRANDS.

Property Structure

Corporate Structure

The following table lists the subsidiaries and affiliates of the company, the percentage of direct and indirect ownership by the Company, and the respective country of incorporation.

Risk Factors

Viña Concha y Toro’s business is not immune to a series of risks as the company participates in every stage of the production and marketing of wines.

In the agricultural area, climatic phenomena such as droughts or frosts, pests and fungus, etc. can affect the production yields of own or third-party vineyards, influencing the supply of grapes and eventually the prices of grapes or wines provided by independent suppliers.

The bottling process relies on just one large bottle supplier with the capacity to supply all the company’s needs, although there are another two smaller suppliers.

There is just one supplier of TetraBrik containers so any disruption in the provision of these primary materials could have a short-term effect on the company’s results.

Concha y Toro’s products are sold in Chile and various countries so it faces market risks, mainly exchange risk, interest-rate risk and the risk of inflation variations on the consumer. The company’s exports are mainly denominated in United States dollars, euros, pounds sterling, Canadian dollars, Argentine pesos, Brazilian reales, Swedish crowns, Norwegian crowns and Mexican pesos. The financial results could therefore be adversely affected by factors like exchange-rate fluctuations or weak economic conditions in the foreign markets where the company distributes its products, a risk that is mitigated by its sales diversification.

The company has also established subsidiaries abroad, in Argentina, the UK, Brazil, Sweden, Norway, Finland, United States, Mexico, South Africa, Canada, Singapore and Shanghai, so political or economic events in these countries could influence the results of the subsidiaries.

Further information and analysis of the company’s risks appear in Note 5 to the Consolidated Financial Statements – Financial Risk Management.

Current corporate presentation

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  • The Financial Statements for the third quarter of 2021 will be published on November 3rd, 2021.
  • The Financial Statements for the second quarter of 2021 will be published on August 2nd, 2021.

Annual Report 2020

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Sustainability Report 2021

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Stock Information

VINA CONCHA Y TORO S.A

ISIN: CLP9796J1008

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Stock Price

For detailed information on Viña Concha y Toro share price, please see the Santiago Stock Exchange website.

Dividend

Company dividend policy has been to distribute 40% of net income of each fiscal year through a series of quarterly interim quarterly dividends and a final dividend that is paid in the month of May, following the closing of the fiscal year.

It is the intention of the Board to continue pursuing this policy fort the foreseeable future however fulfillment thereof will be contingent to cash flows.

Dividends paid per share over the past three years, in nominal values, are as follows:

DATE N° / TYPE PER SHARE FISCAL YEAR EARNINGS
March 31, 2014 N°254 interim $ 3.00 2013
May 23, 2014 N°255 final $ 9.90 2013
September 30, 2014 N°256 interim $ 3.00 2014
December 30, 2014 N°257 interim $ 3.00 2014
March 31, 2015 N°258 interim $ 3.00 2014
May 22, 2015 N°259 final $ 15.00 2014
September 30, 2015 N°260 interim $ 3.00 2015
December 30, 2015 N°261 interim $ 3.00 2015
March 31, 2016 N°262 interim $ 3,00 2015
May 20, 2016 N°263 final $ 18.50 2015
September 30, 2016 N° 264 interim $ 3.50 2016
December 30, 2016 N°265 interim $ 3.50 2016
March 31, 2017 N°266 interim $ 3.50 2016
May 23, 2017 N°267 final $16.80 2016
September 29, 2017 N°268 interim $ 3.50 2017
December 29, 2017 N° 269 interim $ 3.50 2017
March 29, 2018 N°270 interim $ 3.50 2017
May 23, 2018 N°271 final $13.50 2017
September 28, 2018 N°272 interim $ 3.50 2018
December 28, 2018 N°273 interim $ 3.50 2018
March 29, 2019 N°274 interim $3.50 2018
May 24, 2019 N°275 final $14.50 2018
September 27, 2019 N°276 interim $3,50 2019
December 30, 2019 N°277 interim $3.50 2019
March 31, 2020 N°278 interim $3.50 2019
May 22, 2020 N°279 final $10.60 2019
September 30, 2020 N°280 interim $4.00 2020
December 30, 2020 N°281 additional $7.00 2019
December 23, 2020 N°282 interim $4.00 2020
March 31, 2021 N°283 interim $4.00 2020

 

BANCHILE INVERSIONES

Nicolas Echeverría

nicolas.echeverria@banchile.cl (56) 2 2873 6388

BICE INVERSIONES

Paulina Vargas

paulina.vargas@bice.cl (56) 2 2692 3486

ITAÚ BBA

Barbara Angerstein

barbara.angerstein@itau.cl (56 2) 2834 6297

LARRAÍN VIAL

Jorge Feliu

jofeliu@larrainvial.com (56) 2 2519 8584

SANTANDER CIB

Nicolás Schild

nicolas.schild@santander.cl (56 2) 2336 3361

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