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Chile is known for producing wines of exceptional value.  As a new world wine region, Chile produces wines that are both fruit-forward and herbaceous, similar to French wine. It is blessed with the ideal geography and climate to produce wines that are unique and outstanding. Rich in natural beauty and vast wilderness, the country occupies a long narrow strip at the very tip of South America. Its natural borders are protected by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Andes Mountains to the east, the Atacama Desert to the north and Patagonia to the south.

Chilean Wine


Chile, South America

The history of Valdivieso goes back to 1879, the year in which Don Alberto Valdivieso founded Champagne Valdivieso, the first home of sparkling wines in Chile and South America. Since then, Viña Valdivieso has been the top sparkling wine brand in Chile with over 60% market share and the distinction of being one of Chile’s most prestigious beverage brands. 


Chile, South America

In 1997, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild and Don Alfonso Larraín, Chairman of Concha y Toro, concluded a partnership agreement in order to create a fine Franco-Chilean wine called Almaviva. The Almaviva estate includes a mansion and a winery as well as a 50 hectare (124-acre) vineyard planted with three typical Bordeaux grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Carmenere. The wine is the result of the successful encounter of two cultures: Chile offers its soil, its climate and its vineyard, while France brings its winegrowing traditions and expertise.

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