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Chile Atacama Coquimbo Aconcagua Casablanca Maipo Rapel Curicó Maule Bio-Bio

1. ATACAMA
The northern central zone, to which also Atacama and Coquimbo belong, is considered the driest winegrowing area. Of Chile. From these – irrigated by the Andes Rivers – regions, originate the best wines.
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2. COQUIMBO
The northern central zone, to which also Atacama and Coquimbo belong, is considered the driest winegrowing area. Of Chile. From these – irrigated by the Andes Rivers – regions, originate the best wines.
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3. ACONCAGUA
North of Santiago, America’s highest mountain is situated, the Aconcagua. On the lime containing soils at its wind protected valleys, an excellent Cabernet Sauvignon is cultivated
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4. CASABLANCA
Casablanca is the „shooting star“ of Chile. The area, belonging to the region of Aconcagua, has been made available for winegrowing, only a few years ago. Particularly, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are cultivated. A great future is predicted to the wines from this region.
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Valle Central

5. MAIPO
The river Maipo waters the valley, south of Santiago. From this oldest winegrowing zone, originate the famous Chilean Cabernet Sauvignons as well as premium Chardonnays, Merlots and Sauvignon Blancs.
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6. RAPEL
The Rapel area is crossed by several rivers. Different microclimates produce interesting plants. Promising: the Cabernet Sauvignons.
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7. CURICÓ
Many rivers and a relatively humid climate, characterise the area Curicó; good white wines grow here: Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Semillion. But the red wines – Cabernet und Merlot – belong to the most premium of the whole country.
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8. MAULE
Wines of fruity fullness grow in the gardens of the region of Maule. Hot days and cool nights, let excellent wines prosper – Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Semillon, Cabernet and Merlot. This region is one of the most promising ones of Chile.
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9. BIO-BIO
Belongs to themostsouthernzone of Chile. From the moist and fruitful soils, grow particularly Pais (only for home use) and Moscatel (distillation for Pisco manufacture = homegrown spirit). Latterly, one also dabbles in cultivation of international vine varieties.
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