Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Andes to the east, Chile has an idyllic environment to produce great wines: Temperature, exposure, climate, rain ... Everything is there. It produces mainly wines based on Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carmenere for the red, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc for the white wines. We can understand why five Chilean wines have slipped into the world’s 50 best purchases from Decanter Magazine, among the gems you can find in Chile, the wines of the Santa Rita Domains. accessible “120“ (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay), through the Reserva, to the powerful “Casa Real“ Cabernet Sauvignon still noted by Parker.
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- Chili - Red Wine
The Santa Rita 120 Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 is a beautiful, sun-drenched grape wine with excellent value for money! At 12bouteilles.com, we love the wines of Santa Rita! The estate is located in Chile and produces artisanal wines of excellent quality, it is also one of the most admired and innovative areas of Chile. The "120" wine series was named after...16/20
- Chili - Red Wine
Seña 2018 is probably the greatest vintage of the Aconcagua Valley's star vintage. Blended wine from the 42-hectare vineyard on the hillside of Seña, on colluvial soils on the slopes of the valley. The 2018 vintage in Chile is absolutely magnificent, it is with 2015 one of the mythical vintages of the decade. It is an extraordinary wine rated 98/100 by...19,5/20Wine Advocate 98J. Suckling 100
- Puente Alto - Central Valley - Red Wine
The concept of Château was introduced in the 19th century in France as a way to honor the creative mastery of Bordeaux winegrowers. Viña Almaviva was the first wine in Chile created under this concept of French chateau, taking into account an exceptional terroir, a unique bodega and a technical team - all three dedicated exclusively to the production of a...19Wine Advocate 96J. Suckling 98