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Chilean Wine Region Facts : Chile Grape Varieties

Traditionally good Chilean wine was known to be red, however today the whites especially those grown in the cooler climates of Chile are gaining popularity in the industry. There are nine main wine regions of Chile, they include, the Limari Valley, a small region just northwest of Santiago, near the Pacific Ocean. The climate here is very unique in its proximity to the ocean. Chile’s three largest wineries have bought land in this region.

Chilean wine was known to be red

The Aconcagua Valley and the Casablanca Valley are both located in the mountains. With the cooler temperatures white wines grow very well here. The San Antonio Valley is one of the smallest and one of the newest regions. It is just south of Casablanca and next to the ocean. Pinot Noir grows very well on the steep slopes of this region of Chile.

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