Limarí and Choapa Valley

The rich archaeological heritage of the region indicates that both valleys have been valued for their agricultural importance since the pre-Hispanic era. The region’s topography is responsible for the presence of the fog called the “Camanchaca” that carries moisture to the valley every morning and then vanishes while cooling the native soils with an ocean breeze in the afternoon. The Limarí Valley is well-known in Chile for the presence of calcareous soils and its excellent potential for the production of Chardonnay. Likewise, the valley’s Syrah wines have been recognized internationally, and it has begun to produce the exceptional Pinot Noir in recent years. The small Choapa Valley, farther inland and located in the mountains, also produces a very intriguing Syrah.

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