Let’s make a toast to summer with the freshness of Chilean sparkling wines!

The summer heat creates the perfect setting to enjoy unforgettable moments outdoors. During the hot season, Chilean sparkling wines become the main characters in meetings and celebrations providing freshness and elegance.

As the product of different production methods and with varieties grown from the north to the south of Chile, sparkling wines bring an explosion of flavors to the glass. Every sip is a celebration of the season, where fruity notes and acidity invite you to relax and fully enjoy warm days and starry nights.

The geographical distribution of Chilean sparkling wines almost coincides with the diversity of the wine valleys of the country. From the Coquimbo region, with the arid climate of the north, to Los Lagos region, with its cold and humid southern climate, each valley gives them a unique character. This geographical plurality provides wine lovers with several options to explore and enjoy. Whether it is accompanying fresh seafood, a barbecue at the beach or highlighting the lightness of summer salads, sparkling wine becomes the perfect culinary ally.

The wine valleys of the country become laboratories of creativity where, using the charmat method, different grape varieties produce a great fruity character effervescence with light body, ideal to serve with aperitifs at a balcony with sea views, by the pool, or at a picnic in the countryside. The champenoise method results in sparkling wines with greater body and aromatic complexity, which are perfect for more elaborate light dishes, based on fish, seafood, and white meats. At the same time, Pét-Nat (pétillants naturels) capture the magic of a second spontaneous fermentation in the bottle, becoming an additional option for those looking for a refreshing and celebratory experience in the glass. Regardless of the production method, Chile also offers organic and vegan sparkling wines for a lifestyle with a sustainable approach.

Under the influence of the Pacific Ocean, the cold valleys of Limarí, Casablanca and Leyda reflect in the bubbles a distinctive coastal expression. In these valleys, where the sea breeze refreshes the vineyards, the grapes reach a gradual maturity, giving rise to fine and elegant sparkling wines, with vibrant acidity and aromatic complexity, which enhance the culinary experience. The calcareous soils of the Limarí Valley also give them a saline touch providing an additional dimension to the tasting experience.

But the journey does not stop here. From the southern vineyards of Chile, the sparkling wines of the south emerge, where the rainy climate favors rainfed viticulture. Valleys such as Itata, Biobío, Malleco, and Osorno, with their unique characteristics, contribute to the production of sparkling wines with refreshing flavors to accompany the heat.

The diversity of terroirs in Chile makes it possible to cultivate a range of varieties that are uniquely expressed in sparkling wines. French grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, as well as Riesling, find in Chilean vineyards a perfect setting to produce white and rosé sparkling wines. Red grapes such as Pinot Noir, in addition to the pale pink color, provide the sparkling wines with the tannins that accompany very low-fat red meats with excellence.

To evoke their winegrowing heritage, Chilean sparkling wines also rescue the heritage vines which arrived in the country with the missionaries. Expressing a distinctive aromatic profile, Muscat and Pais grapes conquer palates with their uniqueness and complement food and gatherings on sunny days.

In their plurality of labels, you can find Chilean sparkling wines with a sweet touch for all tastes. On the one hand, there are the fresh and dried Brut Nature (less than 3 grams of residual sugar per liter), perfect for pairing with light dishes such as seafood and seasonal salads. On the other hand, there are the so-called Dulce or Doux (more than 40 grams of residual sugar per liter), to accompany ice creams and other desserts based on fresh fruits.

From the elegance provided by the various methods to the authenticity of the heritage varieties, each bubble tells a story of excellence and winemaking passion. Make a toast with sparkling wines reflecting Chile’s diversity and charm turns summer into a memorable season. Cheers!


Responsible consumption

Become a responsible
wine consumer

We could go on for hours about wine, and its benefits are many. Among them, moderate wine consumption reduces the risk of mortality from heart disease by half, improves blood flow and enhances the flavours of food. In addition, wine is social, allowing for different delicious libations in the company of friends. But wine is not without its pitfalls, as the saying goes, there can be too much of a good thing.


Drinking alcohol, even in small quantities, alters cognitive abilities, decreases our attentiveness and leads to slower response times. It is worth noting that alcohol consumption is the leading cause of traffic accidents.

Being a responsible consumer is everyone’s business

You can be a part of the solution, keeping the above in mind to not let wine become a negative experience.