Chile

When it comes to South American wines, Chilean wines hold fort as the most popular and finest of them all. The wine may be South American but whether its Chilean red wine or white wine, you'll find different varieties in international locations where fine wines are offered for sale or consumption.

Wine making in Chile is no recent art, the history of wine in the country starts out as far back as the 16th century when the Spanish arrived and brought a number of Spanish grape vines with them. French grape vines were imported in the 18th century and have since then become a prominent part of the Chilean wine collection.

Chile

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Brilliant and intense cherry colour, with sweet aromas ...
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Deep and intense colour, with sweet aromas of candy and...
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Enticing aromas of sweet fruits such as pears, melon an...
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Very intense floral aromas, especially of roses. In the...
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Deep red colour with intense aromas of fresh fruits, su...
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Straw yellow and on the nose, presents aromas of ripene...
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