Chile wine country occupies long narrow land on the western coast of South America. The climate of the country is influenced by the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Chilean wine regions are located along the 1300 km stretch of land from the Atacama Region in the north to the Bio-Bio in the south. Majority of the Chilean wine regions are allocated in Central Valley of the country, where vineyards are bounded by Andes Mountain Range to the East and the Pacific Ocean to the West. On the other hand, Atacama dessert from the north and glaciers of Patagonia from the south provides natural protection for the Vineyards located in Central Valley.
Central Valley of Chile wine country combines regions such as:
Maipo Valley - Located close to Santiago, Maipo Valley is a very popular destination among both locals and tourists.
Rapel Valley - Where you will be able to discover some of the best Cabernet Sauvignon wines,
Curicó Valley - One of the most important Chilean wine regions that played a big role in paving the way for the expansion of winemaking in other regions.
Maule Valley - One of the Largest Chilean wine regions, which is dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards as well as a small quantity of Malbec and Carignan