While new, cool-climate regions are being discovered, Chilean producers are displaying a renewed interest in this grape of German origin. In Chile, Riesling is primarily grown in the cooler valleys to the south of Santiago: Rapel, Curicó, and Maule. Innovative winemakers interested in experimenting have devoted themselves to this variety in recent years. Riesling has green and even golden hues, and its taste is light and fresh and sometimes minerally. Its aroma is marked by various citric varieties, such as grapefruit and lemon, as well as notes of apple and passion fruit.

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