From selected vineyard sites across Chile`s Central Valley. The cooling influences of the Andes and the Humboldt current together with the diurnal temperature difference here allows for slow ripening so that the grapes develop maximum flavour.
Chile has all it needs to become one of the most important wine regions in the world. The climatic diversity of this land that stretches 2900 miles north to south from desert to the Antarctic makes it possible to grow practically every grape varietal; the Andes protects the Chilean wine regions from disease and extreme weather; while the Pacific Ocean brings cool breezes that keep the grapes fresh and healthy. Chile has attracted investment and talent in recent years and the result is stylish, drinkable, high quality wines for all budgets.