Chilean wines were originally known to be quite sweet in taste. However, there has recently been a revolution in Chilean wines. Blessed with good soil and climatic conditions that vary from north to south, Chilean wines have a certain flamboyance and flair which makes them stand out wines on the market.
Exquisite French and Spanish grape varieties have taken root in the Chilean soils. This can be attributed to rich nutritious soil and the fact that Chile has been quick to adapt and invest in more modern production methods. This has had a significant impact on wine production in all of the five wine making regions.
Chilean wines have been categorised according to year, Speral — 2 to 3 years, Reserve — 4 to 5 years, and Grand Wine — 6 years or more. Another classification system has been developed to classify wines according to geography and characteristics. For example Costa, which is a coastal wine with sharp and fruity notes, Entre Cordilleras, which is more balanced and from mountainous vineyards, and Andas — which is considered the most exquisite of all Chilean wines from the Andean mountains.
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