Regions and Vineyards
A tour of our country and it's geography, which give us unique wines in the world.
Coquimbo Region
Aconcagua Region
Central Valley Region
South Region
  • La Serena
  • Ovalle
  • Zapallar
  • Quillota
  • Casablanca
  • Marga Marga
  • San Juan
  • Santo Domingo
  • Cartagena
  • Algarrobo
  • Lolol
  • Paredones
  • Pumanque
  • Litueche
  • Vichuquen
  • Empedrado
  • Curepto
  • Coelemu
  • Portezuelo
Chilean Wine Regions
Coquimbo Region
Aconcagua Region
Central Valley Region
Central Valley Region
South Region
  • Punitaqui
  • Panquehue
  • Hijuelas
  • Catemu
  • Llay Llay
  • San Felipe
  • Isla de Maipo
  • Talagante
  • Melipilla
  • Alhué
  • Maria Pinto
  • Colina
  • Calera de Tango
  • Til Til
  • Lampa
  • Rancahua
  • Peumo
  • Coltauco
  • Nancahua
  • Santa Cruz
  • Palmilla
  • Peralillo
  • Marchigue
  • La Estrella
  • Rauco
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Talca
  • Pencahue
  • San Rafael
  • San Javier
  • Villa Alegre
  • Parral
  • Linares
  • Retiro
  • Longavi
  • Cauquenes
  • Chillán
  • Quillón
  • Yumbel
  • Mulchén
  • Traiguén
Chilean Wine Regions
Coquimbo Region
Aconcagua Region
Central Valley Region
  • Vicuña
  • Paiguano
  • Santa Maria
  • Calle Larga
  • San Esteban
  • Monte Patria
  • Río Hurtado
  • Salamanca
  • Illapel
  • Santiago
  • Pirque
  • Puente Alto
  • Buin
  • Requinoa
  • Rengo
  • Machali
  • San Fernando
  • Chimbarongo
  • Romeral
  • Molina
  • San Clemente
  • Colbun
Chilean Wine Regions
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Chile in the world
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Chile’s Unique Geography

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. Our coast has two great features, its western orientation and icy Humboldt current. These two features make the continental winds cause cool weather on our coastline, allowing viticulture closer to the equator, obtaining wines with higher acidity and elegant aromas.