Chilean Wine

Wine production in Chile is renowned for consistent, good-value wines, with a blend of world-class reds in the mix too. Traditionally, top quality wine produced has been filled by the Bordeaux varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, but Pinot Noir from the cooler parts of Chile is increasing in production.

As one of South America’s most important wine-producing countries, Chile is home to a wide range of regions producing excellent wines that are widely acclaimed as some of the best in the world. From the crisp Sauvignon Blanc to the age-worthy Bordeaux, Chile is sure to deliver an exceptional wine.

Casablanca Valley

The Casablanca Valley is a famous wine-growing region of Chile, situated north-west of the country’s capital, Santiago. The valley is about 19 miles long and is best known for its crisp white wines, most notably Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, which have gained it recognition as one of Chile’s quality wine regions. You’ll also find Pinot Noir grown here.

Central Valley

The Central Valley (El Valle Central) of Chile is one of the most important wine-producing areas in South America spanning almost 250 miles! It’s also significant in terms of volume. It is also one of the largest wine regions in South America and covers a number of different climate types. The Central Valley produces a variety of grapes, but dominated by the popular Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. 


Colchagua Valley, in central Chile, is one of South America’s most promising wine regions. It forms the south-western half of the larger Rapel Valley region; to the north and east of it lies the less famous but equally promising Cachapoal Valley. Some of Chile’s finest red wines are made in the valley, mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere and Syrah.

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