Chile’s vine cultivation area is by width rather than length, climatically speaking. The height of the Andes provides lower temperatures, as we climb upwards. The coast has two great features, its western orientation and icy Humboldt current. These two features make the continental winds cause cool weather on its coastline, allowing viticulture closer to the equator, obtaining wines with higher acidity and elegant aromas.

The mosaic of climates and ‘terroirs’ combined with a vinicultural industry with few restrictions on the cultivation and production of wines, explains the success of Chilean wines around the world.

Its natural characteristics, united by a varied and unique geography, achieve the perfect combination for the land to offer us wines with diverse and unparalleled flavours. Chile holds many secrets in its land with a rich geography like no other.

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