Centered around regions such as Maipo Valley, Colchagua Valley and Casablanca Valley are cultivated a wide variety of grape varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Chile wines are known for their fresh fruit flavors, balanced acidity and soft tannins.
Carmenere, a grape variety originating in Bordeaux, France, but now rare there, has found its home in Chile and has become the country's signature grape. Chile is also known to produce impressive Cabernet Sauvignon wines that compete on international level.
Chile wine producers combine modern technology with a commitment to sustainability and environmentally friendly practices. This combination has contributed to raise the quality of Chilean wine and strengthen the country's position on the world market.
With Chiles has an impressive landscape that ranges from coastal areas to mountain ranges wine region not only gave wine lovers an abundance of delicious wines to explore, but also a fantastic opportunity to experience the natural beauty and cultural riches in this South American country.