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Puerto Viejo Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot

Vines were first introduced into Chile by the Spanish Conquistadors in the middle of the sixteenth century. However, it was not until 1851, when Chile won her independence from Spain, that cuttings of French vine varieties were imported, to be planted in the more temperate Central Region.

Chile is isolated by the Andes Mountains in the east, the Pacific Ocean and the Humboldt Current in the west, the arid Atacama Desert in the north and the polar regions in the south. Thus it is protected from Phylloxera disease, and Chileans are able to grow ungrafted vines. Since the 1990s, Chile's wine industry has continued to grow in both quality and reputation, making the most of its unique location. With sunny climes and cool air from the Pacific and the Andes, Chile has a reputation for producing excellent wines from the 'classic' grape varieties.

We offer a superb Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay from the Colchagua Valley.

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  Maule Valley

 Maule Valley

Wine Producer Vintage Order Code
Chungara Gran Reserva Carmenere Chungara 2014 CGR01
Chungara Grand Reserva Malbec 2014 Chungara 2014 CGR02
sucesor Vino Casa Donoso 2013 SUC01

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