Wines from Chille

Chile has well-defined seasons located near the 40th parallel. Because it is located in the southern hemisphere, the harvest season occurs between February and April.

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Seña 2009
Aconcagua, Chile
Carménère
BGN 315.90
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Seña 2010
Aconcagua, Chile
Carménère
BGN 315.90
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Seña 2011
Aconcagua, Chile
Carménère
BGN 315.90
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Sauvignon Blanc "Los Espinos", Valle Central 2020
Chile
Sauvignon Blanc This lively little Sauvignon is bursting with vibrant zesty ...
BGN 14.90
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Seña 2012
Aconcagua, Chile
Carménère
BGN 315.90
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Сеня 2006
Chile
Cabernet Sauvignon Създадено от Едуардо Чадуик и семейство Мондави, Seña е сред...
BGN 230.00

Almost all wine is produced in one region, the Maipo Valley, located high above the plains nestled in the Andes. In Chile, as in the rest of America, wine production began with the arrival of the conquistadors. At the end of the 19th century, however, there was a real turnaround in the country's wine industry, with the planting of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon, Semillon and Riesling. These varieties adapt wonderfully to the Chilean climate and are maybe the only pre-phylloxera clones that exist in the world - a true heritage for humanity. Chilean Carmenere is gaining more and more respect and has every chance to become the iconic variety of the country.