Rich in diversity, Chile offers some of the world's best value wines at every quality level.
Chile has often been called a winemaker's paradise. This tall, slim country offers an astonishing array of latitudes from north to south, and altitudes from the majestic Andes to the bracing Pacific Coast. This means Chile can
support a stunning variety of perfectly ripened grapes, with which to craft reliably high-quality wines.
The original heartland of Chilean winemaking is the large, fertile Central Valley near the capital, Santiago. This region offers sunny days, cool nights and a Mediterranean-style climate - all of which are needed to produce a range of excellent wines. For many years, however, Chilean viticulturists and wine producers have been exploring the length and breadth of the country in search of new places to plant. They have also been rediscovering and reviving historic vineyards. With cooler regions now proving exceptional sources of elegant and juicy wines, Chile offers a diverse selection of grape varieties and wine styles to discover, all united by a typically vibrant and authentic feel