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What is Chile's unique grape variety?
A hot new wine region close to the sea, known for its Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.
Wine Spectator chose this Carménère-based blend as their 2008 top wine of the year. It comes from which premium part of Colchagua Valley:
The influence of the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains results in Chile having greater climatic differences from:
Chile's original coastal valley:
The mountain range that provides fresh, clean snow-melt irrigation water to the vine
A growing trend in Chilean wine-making due to naturally eco-friendly conditions:
Chile's most widely grown and exported varietal:
The ocean that provides cooling effects on Chilean wine valleys:
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