The Wine Regions of Chile


Casablanca Valley

D.O. Aconcagua


A relative newcomer to winegrowing, the Casablanca Valley was first planted to vine in the mid-1980s. It quickly turned a page in Chile’s winemaking history. Chile’s first cool-climate coastal region soon turned out crisp, fresh wines that caught the world’s attention, and Chile’s search for new terroirs was on.

Pronunciation Guide: ka-sa-BLAHN-ka (Valley); ah-kohn-KA-gwa (D.O.)

Total Hectares planted: 3852

Hectares Planted

Merlot | 430

Carménère | 66

Pinot Noir | 426

Sauvignon Blanc | 1085

Chardonnay | 1845

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